What Has Happened To The Living Wall?

Photographs show a difference in recent months


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A number of residents in Chiswick have expressed concern about the 'Living wall' on the Eco shop on Chiswick High Road.

The shop has been closed for nearly two years and is currently with a local estate agent, with the sale of the lease valued at £40,000 per annum.

Photographs of the shop show the difference between the current state of the Living Wall and how it appeared some months ago.

The shop at the moment, pictured last week (May 17)

And the shop some months ago

The Eco shop at 213, Chiswick High Road, was opened five years ago by Livia Firth along with her brother Nicola Giuggioli and sold homeware and a selection of ethical fashion and gift items. But the shop appeared to close in August 2011. It was put on the market with a local agent earlier this year and it was reported that the Eco shop would be based elsewhere.

ChiswickW4.com will attempt to discover the reason for the change in the 'Living Wall' and will report back on the issue.


May 18, 2013