Jubilee Gardens was created in 1977 to mark the Queen’s Silver Jubilee
and sits at the heart of London’s cultural centre, South Bank. Its
neighbours are the iconic British Airways London Eye, The Shell Centre
and the River Thames.
At the moment Jubilee Gardens is a maintained grassed park but local
community groups, businesses, statutory authorities and the South Bank
Centre have joined forces to oversee its redevelopment. This project is
being led by the Jubilee Gardens Steering Group.
The plan is to create a world-class park for everyone who lives
in, works in and visits the area to enjoy. Whether you want to meet up
with friends over a picnic, take a break during a daytrip, attend a
free festival or cultural event or simply sunbathe, we want to create a
park which you will love visiting.
The overall mission is to create a park which is as soft and green as is sustainable.