London Development Summit: Printworks could be a permanent feature of the Canada Water masterplan
The former Daily Mail printing factory, now known as Printworks, sits within British Land's Canada Water masterplan and opened in February this year to be used as an events venue as a temporary use while the site goes through planning.
However, the popularity and success of the venue has prompted the developers to re-consider future options for the property and they are now considering keeping it as a permanent part of the development.
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