It is one of the biggest Natural Areas in London, containing somewhere in the range of 300 hectares over a territory 3 kilometers in length and 1.5 kilometers wide. There are six noteworthy lakes and ious littler ones scattered all through the region. The Westminster Ponds territory is critical on the grounds that it has a rich assortment of common environments in a generally undisturbed state, despite the fact that it is arranged inside the limits of a noteworthy urban focus.
Truth be told, this bog, bog and lowland complex is a Class 1 commonly noteworthy wetland. The lush slants encompassing Spettigues Pond give astounding perspectives of this grand lake, especially in the fall when the red leaves of the maples and the yellow needles of the Tamaracks are reflected in the water.