Planning approval for Natural History Museum’s Urban Nature Project

We are thrilled to announce that Natural History Museum was today given the go ahead from the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea with unanimous approval, to transform its five-acre gardens into an exemplar of urban wildlife research, conservation and awareness – galvanising a far reaching, national drive to reengage people with the natural world and urban biodiversity, which it warns is under threat like never before. A huge congratulations to our wonderful team who have contributed to this special project, and to our fantastic project landscape architects J & L Gibbons. More on the project here.