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Twelve trees felled for London Dock HGV entrance

Twelve trees felled for London Dock HGV entrance

By on September 18, 2014 in London Dock, Planning with 1 Comment

A total of twelve trees have been felled in Vaughan Way to facilitate the construction of London Dock and particularly the new HGV entrance.All that remains are twelve piles of wood chips.Here is a before and after view from the north end of Vaughan Way near the junction with The Highway looking south. As these photographs […]

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Trees felled for London Dock HGVs

Trees felled for London Dock HGVs

It has been a disastrous few days for the green lungs of East London. First the news that King Edward Memorial Park is going to be trashed by the Thames Water suits and today the Vaughan Way trees started to be felled.

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New Waitrose e-commerce home delivery service hub at St Thomas More Square

New Waitrose e-commerce home delivery service hub at St Thomas More Square

By on July 5, 2014 in Planning with 0 Comments

It seems that Waitrose has plans to create a new e-commerce home delivery service at St Thomas More Square.Details are still a little murky but the e-commerce delivery service may be a separate business operation to the existing St Katharine’s Dock branch of Waitrose although it will piggy back on the existing Waitrose facility.The Wapping Mole has been […]

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London Dock Vaughan Way – time to get vocal Wapping

London Dock Vaughan Way – time to get vocal Wapping

By on June 27, 2014 in London Dock, Planning with 1 Comment

This is not a proper report on the drop in event last night hosted by London Dock concerning the possibility of another vehicle entrance in Vaughan Way.It is a request for you to get in touch with your views. What do you think?You can do this by using the contact form or the usual email […]

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