The New City Of London

1492 Words Jan 11th, 2015 6 Pages
London is one of the oldest and most beautiful cultural cities in the world in which to live, of course, is very prestigious, and due to the favorable situation in the country and the city, both political and economic, real estate is constantly going up. Far not everyone can afford to purchase it, so buying a property in London - the choice of business and rich people.
London - a city that is constantly expanding, built up, growing up.
For London is typical build up industrial districts and the old docks, destroying old buildings changing territory into attractive areas. New buildings in these areas have a tremendous success. And all thanks to the amazing view that opens from their windows on the main river of the capital - the Thames.
The same thing happened with Greenwich Peninsula. Greenwich Peninsula area of 300 acres (121.4 hectares) is located in the southeast London, on the south bank of the Thames.
Once on the peninsula was a big factory on manufacture of gas. In 1996 it abandoned and heavily contaminated site was chosen as the site for the experience of regeneration of the former industrial area. First was built entertainment complex Millennium Dome (now The O2), then a multi-purpose indoor stadium O2 Arena. Greenwich Peninsula reconstruction planned to be completed within 20 years, but with the onset of the crisis the project has stalled. Although the time to build a complex of houses on the peninsula and piers at Riverside Parkside.

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