‘I was 32 when I was diagnosed. I’ve been married now for two years. My daughter will be eight next month.
‘I’m still having treatment. I go every three weeks. I’ve had a month off here and there.
'I’m usually there two or three hours in total. They need more space – it’s too cramped. You can definitely tell you’re in a hospital. There aren’t any windows in the waiting area. It’s a bit depressing. Having natural light would make it a lot better.
‘The treatment room has big windows... It’s still a bit gloomy though. The chairs are close together... There are still a few that can’t recline. Sitting there for hours, my bum gets numb.
‘When I saw the garden on the plans, I said: “Wow, that looks really good!” Being on Level 10 there’s quite a bit of coming up and down. A garden area would be peaceful and chilled and relaxing. It would make you feel better.’