Historic Portman Estate in central London promises "more permanent pocket parks" if show garden proves a hit

The strategic projects director of London's historic Portman Estate has said more permanent pocket parks across the district will follow if a gold-medal winning RHS Chelsea Flower Show garden relocated to the West End proves a hit with the public.

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