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Knight Dragon set for take off with £5bn O2 London project

Published on October 12th, 2015

Hong Kong billionaire’s residential-led, Thames-side scheme in Greenwich gets green light from planners New World Development’s Henry Cheng has won approval for a £5bn ($7.6bn) regeneration project in London. Knight…

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