Shandy Park and surrounding area have changed dramatically over the space of a hundred years. Much like the docklands in ‘What a difference 109 years makes…‘, the east end of London has gone through cycles of change creating a rich mixture of old and new. Instead of an area evolving due to change in use, more central parts of London were ravaged by World War II and thus left a blank canvas from which to erect a new cityscape.

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