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What’s happening now to revive the Royal Docks?

News that the Royal Docks has reached a significant milestone in its regeneration will come as little surprise to people who live in the...

Why DLR passengers have something to cheer about

It’s back to work for many on Monday after the two-week Christmas break. And, for some DLR passengers, life has got a little easier...

First look at the planned Silvertown Bridge for Royal Docks

New curved bridge will link Silvertown Quays development with Elizabeth line at Custom House While the proposed cycle bridge between Rotherhithe and Canary Wharf has...

Benedict Cumberbatch urges Londoners to dive in the dock

Sherlock actor Benedict Cumberbatch is no stranger to a freezing soak – he undertook the Ice Bucket Challenge six times – and now he’s...

Campaigners make plans to disrupt Excel arms fair

Protesters plan to lay siege to the Excel exhibition centre , in Docklands, for a week next week in an attempt to disrupt a major arms...

Air quality campaigners renew calls to scrap Silvertown Tunnel

Friends of the Earth has made fresh calls for the Silvertown Tunnel to be scrapped after a new assessment revealed that air pollution levels...

DLR comes under pressure as trains avoid key stations

DLR stations serving south London are likely to be busy next week because of a knock-on from Network Rail works, says TfL. Southeastern Trains are...

Newham mayor renews calls for road bridge at Gallions Reach

The Mayor of Newham has used the abandonment of the Garden Bridge project to renew his call for a road bridge at Gallions Reach. Sir...

BA uses LCY planes to launch services from Stansted

LCY's biggest customer British Airways has signalled concerns that any prospective new owner might ramp up charges  British Airways is to put into use aeroplanes that...