The Embassy Gardens development in Nine Elms in London, England, is an eco-friendly project based on sustainable design. The area was designed as a vertical gardening village to complement the adjacent US Embassy. The garden features gardens and spaces designed to create a low-use green space for residents and visitors alike. The development is managed by the sustainable development organisation LEED London.
They launched the Embassy Gardens project with a strategic plan that included an air travel advisory and exhibition centred on sustainable architecture. The exhibition focused on the need for more sustainable buildings and landscapes for both residents and visitor organisations. The exhibition showcased various sustainable building concepts and received commitments from over 150 organisations, which brought the project’s focus to broader audiences. As a result, the Embassy Gardens development was promoted as an innovative centre of learning and showcasing the best practices in sustainable architecture.
The air travel advisory advertised two complimentary flights to the United Kingdom from Gatwick and Stansted airports. They specified the timeframe of the flight as being from 11 am on Tuesday to 9 am on Thursday. The rates for this service are Gatwick Airport transfers with your choice of one passenger or multiple passengers and air travel from London city airports. A Gatwick Airport transfer is not included in the package.
When you book your air travel, you can choose to pay for it online or at the gate. You will be given a baggage tag with all your contact information and instructions on collecting your luggage from the airport. When you reach the venue, there will be a collection point where you can collect your luggage from the air travel counters. The air travel counters have facilities and counters set aside solely for baggage collection. These counters will also serve tea, coffee and snack services for your convenience.
A variety of facilities are provided to enhance the experience of your stay. The gardens have pavilions with domes on the roof. The domes house a selection of flowering and fruit trees, providing an environment rich in natural beauty. In addition, the gardens are surrounded by fountains and waterfalls.
A visitor’s centre has developed with helpful information about the project, and a gift shop has also put up as part of the project. In addition, there is a meeting space where visitors can interact with the project team. For groups planning a trip, you can use the facilities provided in the hotel where you stay. The hotel provides all amenities and facilities required for a comfortable stay.