Although Canary Wharf’s New District – the construction site to the east of the original estate – is not due for completion until 2022, Canary Wharf Group has revealed that some parts could be occupied as early as 2019.
The first stage of grief is denial. For nearly 10 years since the banking crisis killed an idealised notion of prosperity for all, denial has been the dominant economic force in Britain. And that denial has taken a tangible, parasitic form – debt.
Tower Hamlets mayor John Biggs thought he was free and clear of oversight when he bade farewell to the post-Rahman government inspectors. They gave the council a clean bill of health in areas where the former disgraced mayor had meddled, mostly in the fields of financial propriety and grant-giving. But now the troubled council needs a helping hand with its …
A new cycle and pedestrian bridge over the Thames between Canada Water and Canary Wharf is moving ahead.
Ahead of a legal challenge, all the likely occupiers of City Hall support a re-think of the Greenwich cruise terminal to tackle pollution more effectively
Isle of Dogs community centre raises the alarm when it receives another batch of receipts from Tower Hamlets Council, for Docklands Handicapped Group, a charity managers know nothing about
But campaigners are still unhappy that Scotland Yard decided to take no further action in the Lutfur Rahman scandal
Feasibility study into a new link to Rotherhithe says a booming population needs more cross-river options
Police say there is insufficient evidence to mount prosecutions but anti-corruption campaigners say the year-long inquiry is a ‘whitewash’
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