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22Oct92 UK: FUTURE OFFICE PLANS TO STAY ON SHELF - LPAC.

Large office developments planned for London Docklands, King's Cross and Paddington are unlikely to go ahead this decade, even when demand for office space recovers.That is the conclusion of new research for the London Planning Advisory Committee, which shows recovery being concentrated in the City and West End.It found that the market for new and refurbished buildings should absorb the surplus of offices by 1997, although the secondhand office market will still be weak.The recovery, ...

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