Wellbeing Garden

The Mace wellbeing garden at Greenwich Peninsula Upper Riverside site is an example of great community collaboration and a focus on the workforce and environment.

The Mace project team partnered with the Greenwich Ecology Park and local school children to plant a native mix of flowers and herbs using soil produced by the park. A bug hotel, with waste timber was also installed, along with seating for the workforce to sit and enjoy lunch.

The space is extensively used, and provides an escape from the construction site, and area where the workforce can learn about the environment and even sample some of the herbs.

The space also creates a biodiversity hotspot from a patch of land that was otherwise poor in ecological quality, by attracting bees, insects and birds.

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