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 11th July 2011    

In This Issue

Government gives green light to infrastructure start at Dagenham Dock

Olympics boosts benefits from Westfield Stratford

East Podcasts – listen and download

Land sale deal paves way for Tesco distribution hub

Robin Hood Gardens residents "support redevelopment"

Three Mills operator welcomes new development

Investigation launched into Olympic venues legacy

East Thames homes take part in eco-trial

East London line boosts passenger numbers

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Government gives green light to infrastructure start at Dagenham Dock

Sustainability Park in Dagenham

The government has approved £10 million of spending to help kickstart work on a new sustainable industries park in Dagenham.
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Olympics boosts benefits from Westfield Stratford

Hosting the 2012 Olympics brought Westfield’s Stratford City shopping centre forward by up to seven years early, creating a boost to the capital’s economy of up to £2.2 billion, according to a new report.
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East Podcasts – listen and download

A collection of podcasts featuring key figures in the regeneration of London Thames Gateway.
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Land sale deal paves way for Tesco distribution hub

Beam Reach - site of Tesco distribution hub

The London Development Agency (LDA) has sold 14 hectares of land in Rainham to Tesco, which plans to create a distribution facility on the site.
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Robin Hood Gardens residents "support redevelopment"

Developers behind the regeneration of Blackwall Reach, including the famous Robin Hood Gardens, have received strong support from residents for their plans.
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Three Mills operator welcomes new development

The operator of Bromley by Bow's Three Mills believes a new bridge could bring more tourists to see the historic building.
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Investigation launched into Olympic venues legacy

The Greater London Assembly has launched an investigation into the legacy plans for Olympics venues, including whether they will provide adequate access to the surrounding community.
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East Thames homes take part in eco-trial

Three homes owned by housing association East Thames have undergone a "green make-over" as part of a test for new energy-saving technologies.
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East London line boosts passenger numbers

Passenger numbers on the East London rail line have doubled in the first year since its £1 billion revamp and extension.
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