Debate over future of Thames riverbank use
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Debate over future of Thames riverbank use

London's heart has always been along the Thames, attracting trade and industry for hundreds of years - as well as homes.

These days to live by the river is a privilege enjoyed almost exclusively by the rich, with most Londoners being priced out.

BBC London's Tarah Welsh speaks to Paul Deverell from the Thames Craft Dry Docking Boat Yard; local resident Roo Angell; Richard Upton, chief executive of the development company Cathedral; and Ellis Woodman from the Old Royal Naval College.

  • 21 Nov 2014
  • From the section London