Farrell favours low-carbon model for Thames Gateway
The Thames Gateway should become a model low-carbon development, Terry Farrell claimed this week.
Farrell launched his 40-year vision for the troubled regeneration project at the Thames Gateway Forum, arguing that the area should lead the UK’s attempts to cut emissions.
He also outlined proposals to develop the estuary towns and enhance the area’s open spaces, warning that, without growth, London would lose its “world city” status.
He claimed improvements to the region could add £2.5 billion to house prices by 2050.