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Singapore’s Oxley lands Docklands site for London project

Published on January 4th, 2014

Singapore-listed developer Oxley Holdings has bought the Royal Wharf, a 40-acre development site in London’s Docklands, from Irish developer Ballymore Group, for £200m ($319m). Oxley plans to develop the site…

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