Go East: Unlocking the Potential of the Thames Estuary

For decades governments have attempted to redevelop London’s Docklands and the Thames Estuary, but ambitious plans have consistently fallen short.

Go East: Unlocking the Potential of the Thames Estuary makes the case for a more focused and staged approach.

Lead by Labour peer and former Transport Secretary Andrew Adonis, and with contributions from leading developers, planners, policymakers and academics, this collection of essays sets out a series of recommendations to improve transport links, bridge the Thames and create new towns. Taken together, Go East offers a practical agenda for development – one that will build on the Estuary’s rich heritage whilst helping London to meet its challenges.

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