Almost 30 open spaces across London have been recognised for the first time by the Green Flag scheme.
This year, 28 open spaces across the capital were handed their first ever Green Flag award - recognition of their commitment to high environmental standards.
The borough of Hillingdon saw the highest number of new winners, celebrating five nominations.
London made up 351 of 2016's awards. Green Flag nominated a total of 1,686 open spaces across the UK.
The award has run since 1996 and judges open spaces by eight criteria. These included: clean and well maintained; safe; conservation and heritage; welcoming; sustainable.
London's first time Green Flag award winners:
Market Hall Borough Market
Red Cross Garden
Churchill Gardens Estate
Alexandra Road Park
Woodberry Downs Park
Mark Street Gardens
Central Park (Havering)
Northwood Recreation Ground
West Drayton Cemetery
Polish War Memorial and Gardens
West Norwood Cemetery
South Parklands Imperial Wharf
Stepney City Farm
Seven Kings Park