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Canary Wharf

Volume 113: debated on Wednesday 25 March 1987

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asked the Secretary of State for the Environment how much has been spent by the London Docklands Development Corporation on publicity for the Canary wharf development .

The London Docklands Development Corporation has spent nothing on publicity for the proposed Canary wharf development, other than on statutory advertisements required by the planning application procedures.

asked the Secretary of State for the Environment when the content of the master builder agreement, to he signed by the London Docklands Development Corporation and the Canary wharf developers, is to be made public.

The proposed master building agreement for Canary wharf is a commercially confidential document and will not therefore be made available to the public. But the main features of any agreed proposals would be made public.

asked the Secretary of State for the Environment what public consultation has been carried out with regard to the master builder agreement soon to be signed by the London Dock lands Development Corporation and the consortia of developers for Canary wharf.

There has been no public consultation on the terms of the proposed Canary wharf master building agreement, which is a commercial document. The public and a wide range of organisations have, however, been involved in a series of presentations and discussions about the overall scheme.