The research partners would like to thank all those involved in the project and compilation of this report. Inparticular, Chloë Smith, the researcher, lead report author and project co-ordinator, and Dave Dawson, whocollaborated significantly on methods, analysis and presentation. Guidance and assistance were provided byJohn Archer, Elaine Hughes, Mathew Frith, Catherine Harris, Mandy Rudd, Peter Massini, Matt Thomas, BarnabyDawson and others. Matt Davies contributed the original idea as well as project support. Dave Allen and othervolunteers generously gave their time and access to their gardens.This project was made possible thanks to a legacy left to The Wildlife Trusts by Dame Mary Smieton, anenthusiastic gardener and, in 1959, the second woman ever to lead a government department (education) inBritain.
Smith, C., Dawson, D., Archer, J., Davies, M., Frith, M., Hughes, E. and Massini, P., 2011.
From green to grey; observed changes in garden vegetation structure in London, 1998-2008
, London Wildlife Trust, GreenspaceInformation for Greater London, and Greater London Authority. Published 2011, London Wildlife Trust. © London Wildlife Trust, Greenspace Information for Greater London, and Greater London AuthorityA summary report
London: Garden City?
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