Temporary pop-up restaurants and cafés could soon spring up along with street markets and performance spaces on the waterfront of the Thames at the Isle of Dogs.
The idea emerged this week after top international architects Terry Farrell and Partners were appointed to come up with a new masterplan for the massive 20 acre site of Wood Wharf at Blackwall.
Canary Wharf Group (CWG), which owns the site at the entrance to the Millwall Docks, wants the architects to draw up a revised masterplan with a better mix than previously envisaged for offices, homes and shops.
The design brief includes waterside parks, European-style streets and squares, and environmentally-sustainable buildings to meet a rising demand for people to live close to their workplace.
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