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TATLER MAGAZINE - CHELSEA BARRACKS BACK IN BLOOM
May 2017

TATLER MAGAZINE - CHELSEA BARRACKS BACK IN BLOOM

Chelsea Barracks has partnered with Tatler Magazine to bring you the ultimate guide to ‘The Season’ 2017. From exhibitions and charity gala’s to festivals and parties, the guide is designed to keep you informed on all the events sure to keep your diary full this year.

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Financial Times 1
May 2016

Financial Times - London’s lost river celebrated at Chelsea Flower Show

The idea of celebrating the underground river came originally from Kim Wilkie’s master plan for the Chelsea Barracks development, where the river’s route will be traced by an overground path and in water features by Neil Porter.

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Financial Times 2
September 2016

Financial Times - London’s Chelsea Barracks: a new parade ground for the public

Wilkie and Squire have sought to blend their development closely with the local surroundings; it incorporates streets that link seamlessly into the existing roads and its squares and apartment blocks refer to the older architecture of Chelsea and Belgravia

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Financial Times - How to spend it
February 2016

HORTICULTURE WEEK

"The Chelsea Barracks Garden will be a traditional British rose garden, reimagined for the 21st century. I very much hope it will provide ex-service personnel with a beautiful place to enjoy, and a tranquil setting to reflect."

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Financial Times - How to spend it
May 2016

DAILY MAIL

Chelsea 2016 is shaping up to be a blockbuster year, with a record number of Show Gardens. Jo Thompson, one of only two women designers with Show Gardens last year…is back this year with an urban communal garden inspired by the nearby Chelsea Barracks.

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Financial Times - How to spend it
May 2016

EVENING STANDARD

Planting for The Chelsea Barracks Garden…is well under way. Given the choice of predominating flowers - sumptuous roses and peonies in deliciously deep shades, pink foxgloves and pale green angelica - this garden is going to be very popular with the crowds.

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