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Four square up in £100 million Docklands competition

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gmw and Fitzroy Robinson will square up against each other and us architects Cesar Pelli and Koetter Kim in a competition for a £100 million scheme for London's Docklands.

Canary Wharf Ltd, which named both us architects two weeks ago, has told the four to submit masterplans for the central part of Heron Quays. The development will be mainly retail and office space with landscaped open areas.

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GMW and Fitzroy Robinson will square up against each other and US architects Cesar Pelli and Koetter Kim in a competition for a £100-million scheme for LondonOs Docklands.

Canary Wharf Ltd, which named both American architects two weeks ago, has told the four to submit masterplans for the central part of Heron Quays. The development will be mainly retail and office space with landscaped open areas.

The area is overshadowed by Canary Wharf tower, which was designed in 1991 by Cesar Pelli. GMW refused to comment on the scheme, Fitzroy Robinson were unavailable for comment.

esar/18/ja

GMW and Fitzroy Robinson will square up against each other and US architects Cesar Pelli and Koetter Kim in a competition for a £100-million scheme for LondonOs Docklands.

Canary Wharf Ltd, which named both American architects two weeks ago, has told the four to submit masterplans for the central part of Heron Quays. The development will be mainly retail and office space with landscaped open areas.

The area is overshadowed by Canary Wharf tower, which was designed in 1991 by Cesar Pelli. GMW refused to comment on the scheme, Fitzroy Robinson were unavailable for comment.

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