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New things happen

a guide to the future Thames Gateway

Setting out a vision for the future Thames Gateway, with four themes which could help create a strong, coherent image for the region.

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New things happen

New things happen describes the identity and character of the Thames Gateway. It defines the key ideas which should be at the heart of planning policies, investment strategies, design decisions and environmental projects for individual places across the region.

New things happen sets out a vision for the future of the Thames Gateway and four themes which could help create a strong, coherent image for the region. An accompanying map illustrates how the different character of places, parklands and connections in the Gateway is set to develop, now and in the future.

It is essential reading for clients and investors in both public and private sectors who have a role in shaping future development.

Published on 22 November 2006