Southwark Cathedral Churchyard Landscaping
The Cathedral churchyard was redesigned to create a new paved entrance courtyard from the Thames Path to the north, a new herb garden overlooked from London Bridge to the east, and a relandscaped churchyard to the south, with a straight path for commuters and a meandering path for visitors with new benches, trees and planting.

A new sculpture by Peter Randall-Page sits in the lawn to the south-east, commemorating Mahomet Weyonomon, a Mohegan Indian who died while petitioning King George III for Indian Rights.
Client:  The Cathedral Church of St Saviour and St Mary Overie
Contract Value: £5.5m
Awards:  RIBA Award 2002
Civic Trust Commendation 2002
Landscape Institute 75th Anniversary Award