Details of Heatherwick's pay packet for binned Garden Bridge scheme revealed


Transport for London publishes final project financials

Details of what Heatherwick Studio was paid for the ill-fated Garden Bridge project have been made public.

Around £2.8m of payments were made to groups associated with Heatherwick Studio, which was the lead design practice for architecture on the controversial £175m project.

The scheme was binned 18 months ago after then-new London mayor Sadiq Khan decided no more public money be lavished on the project.

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