Does property group's strategy point to greener landscapes?

After years of bemoaning a perceived lack of interest or understanding among developers and landowners about landscape, it is increasingly important to property owners and creators, particularly at the high-end of the market.

by Sarah Cosgrove
Belgrave Square has one of the estate's immaculately-kept gardens. Image: Grosvenor
Belgrave Square has one of the estate's immaculately-kept gardens. Image: Grosvenor

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