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London Docklands Development Corporation

Volume 113: debated on Wednesday 25 March 1987

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asked the Secretary of State for the Environment if he will list the compulsory purchase orders proposed by the London Docklands Development Corporation, stating for each the name, number of properties affected, date of inquiry held or proposed and date of confirmation, if made.

The London Docklands Development Corporation has made, or resolved to make, the compulsory purchase orders shown in the table.

TitleDate of Public Inquiry heldDate of decision by Secretary of StateTotal number of Land Parcels
Limehouse Link81
Poplar By-Pass74
Garford Street4
Abbey Scaffolding1
East India Dock Link76
East Docklands No. 253
Lower Lea Crossing160
East Docklands No. 1January-March 1986919
E.G.A.R.August 1985February 198620
North Albert Road36
Connaught Road26
Westferry Road16
Westferry Circus/Roundabout35
Klein's WharfNovember 19861
Cannon Workshops1
North of Marsh Wall5
Shed 35 Link2
Billingsgate/Prestons Road4
Isthmus5
Heron Quay7
Prestons Road Widening32
95 Prestons Road and 51 ColdharbourDecember 19862
Brunswick Wharf1
Naval Row8
Isthmus 21
Phase 6May 1986November 198646
East Country YardDecember 19863
Johnsons Draw DockAugust 19851
Shed 35 No. 22
East India Dock Road/Woolmore Street32
1 Approximate

asked the Secretary of State for the Environment how many housing units built on London Docklands Development Corporation-owned land between July 1981 and December 1986 have been sold to present or former employees of the London Docklands Development Corporation.