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Docklands II

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Brownfield site previously used industrial land that is redeveloped
Renovation restoring something back into good condition
Prestigious impressive, having status or influence
Residential  areas where people live (reside)
Enterprise zone an area given financial incentives and help to redevelop
Incentives something encouraging or motivating
Amenities  useful facilities or services
Derelict land land that is damaged or abandoned and cannot be put to use until damage is repaired
Reclaiming derelict land to recover land that has lost its productivity and to make it usable again
Conservation area  Areas of particular special social, architectural or historic interest.
Urban Development Corporation Organisation set up by governments to spend billions of pounds stimulating property developments such as London Docklands.