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A community has been angered after Tower Hamlets Council's planning committee approved a block of flats next to an Isle of Dogs park.
Calls have been made to overhaul regulations which are allowing leaseholders to be "ripped off and exploited by unscrupulous property management companies".
Poplar and Limehouse MP Jim Fitzpatrick called a debate in the House of Commons last week urging the Government to act in light of ongoing issues in luxury tower blocks on the Isle of Dogs.
The latest masterplan for the Wood Wharf project has been submitted to Tower Hamlets Council.
A masterplan for Wood Wharf, to the east of the Canary Wharf estate, was first approved in 2003 by Tower Hamlets Council.
It was for nearly 5million sq ft of office space and 1,500 homes.
Plans for a stunning floating village on Royal Victoria Dock have been boosted by Boris Johnson after he promised funding to procure the land.
After years - decades even - of re-drawn plans and false dawns, east London's Royal Docks is finally in the midst of true regeneration.
Accountancy firm EY is set to join the European Medicines Agency at 25 Churchill Place, once the Canary Wharf tower is complete.
A report by the Telegraph stated the firm, known as Ernst & Young until earlier this year, will take up eight floors in the 23 storey building.
Housing developers are being encouraged to bid for the next phase of the Olympic Park. The London Legacy Development Corporation is looking for a partner for 1,500 homes to the western edge of the site.
Plans for a residential skyscraper next to Canary Wharf have surfaced after an Irish property tycoon bought a site in West India Quay.
Tom Ryan is understood to have paid £100million for the land on Hertsmere Road, which has previously received planning permission for a 63-storey skyscraper.
The Olympic Park development East Village, formerly home to the sportsmen and women at last year's Games, is preparing to open for business.
Construction has begun on a 104 bedroom hotel in Greenwich Town centre.
After nearly 40 years operating in the east London residential property market, Alan Selby & Partners has been sold.
The group based on the Isle of Dogs at Westferry Road has been acquired by international firm CBRE Group, it was announced on Monday.
Galliard Homes is launching a scheme in the heart of Blackheath this weekend.
Falconwood Court sees 63 one-bed studio-suites priced at £295,000, as well as two two bedroom apartments, all in the gated community in the village.
Mayor Boris Johnson has taken the Convoys Wharf planning proposal away from Lewisham Council in a controversial move.
The major redevelopment scheme for Deptford Dockyard will see 3,500 homes built on a site which in the early 16th century saw construction of many of Henry VIII's naval ships.
When Deptford Dockyard was named alongside Venice on the World Monuments Fund's watchlist for 2014 it raised eyebrows from those unaware of its prestigious history.