Air quality concerns end London cruise terminal plan

The developer of a planned cruise liner terminal in east London has decided to withdraw the scheme

The proposed London City Cruise Port
The Enderby Wharf site would have allowed huge cruise liners to dock near central London

The developer of a planned cruise liner terminal in east London has decided to withdraw the scheme.

Morgan Stanley, the ultimate owner of the Enderby Wharf site in Greenwich, wrote to the local council confirming its intentions yesterday, following a meeting last week. The move follows the withdrawal of Greenwich’s support for the scheme this summer and pressure from the mayor of London, both citing its potential impact on air quality. Local residents had also made vocal complaints about air pollution from the ships.

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