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London's first new riverside park for a century has started to take shape in the shadow of the Thames Barrier in London's Royal Docks. The 9ha landscaping on what was once heavily contaminated land was designed for client English Partnerships by Groupe Signes with Ove Arup and Patel Taylor and features a 'green dock' sunken garden as a reminder of the area's past. 'We developed the park as a catalyst for regeneration,' said EP senior project manager Sue Kershaw. 'We are expecting up ...

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