On the 27th of February, the Evening Standard's property section ran a story about property developments on the riverfront in and near Greenwich.
This article included the following paragraph:
For many years, much of the so-called Thames Path east of the town centre has been inaccessible because of depots and disused wharves. However, a 12-acre waterfront scheme which stalled during the banking crisis is back on track.
In response, I wrote a letter to the Standard. The Standard edits letters before publication, and I didn't have the time to finely hone my original, but this is how it appeared on Friday 1st of March.
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