One of the largest developments in the world is being built at Canary Wharf as part of the waterfront development of London's docklands. There are growing fears of oversupply in London's office markets while the public sector is committing large-scale investment in transport infrastructure to serve the new developments in the Isle of Dogs. This article examines the strategic planning issues for the London region and the defects of a market led planning approach. © 1990.
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