Work's begun today on adding to the capital's much-loved green spaces.
It's a programme designed to create dozens of so-called "pocket parks".
These are slivers of land - currently un-loved - which can be transformed, with a touch of TLC and a dollop of money from City Hall.
Martin Stew reports.
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