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West India Quay masterplan, E14

The context at West India Quay is striking: Canary Wharf lies immediately to the south, while the line of Grade I-listed warehouses lining the quayside is the most important surviving monument of London's historic docklands. (The warehouses have been converted to residential use, with bars and restaurants at ground level. ) The brief to Squire and Partners, as masterplanner for the area, was to reinforce the identity of West India Quay as a residential and leisure quarter serving the ...

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