Queen Elizabeth Gate

Erected in 1993 and already a famous London landmark, the Queen Elizabeth Gate is an entrance consisting of two pairs and two single gates of forged stainless steel and bronze situated in Hyde Park, London, behind Apsley House at Hyde Park Corner. It was opened by Queen Elizabeth II to celebrate the 90th birthday of her mother, Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother. The stainless steel and bronze gates, railings and lights were designed and made by Giusseppe Lund.. The centre piece, featuring a red lion and a white unicorn, was designed by sculptor David Wynn.

Built by The Hyde Park Trust
Solicitor for the Trust: Paul Bond, Bonds Solicitors London W1

Comprehensive service in a challenging project. Thank you.
Richard Briggs OBE Chairman

Dear Paul,
Thank you for taking such care of the clients we have recommended so far. They have complimented you on the service and level of expertise provided,
It reflects well on us!

Best wishes
Bloomsbury Law
London W1