EPR bids to bury the ghosts of Docklands bomb blast
A series of buildings in London's Docklands which have lain dormant since they were bombed by the IRA in February 1996 are finally set to get a new lease of life, if Tower Hamlets Borough Council gives a massive new scheme by EPR architects planning permission in October.
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