Peruvian tales of the riverbank


Conflicts over land use between “port” and “city” are a common experience the world over. In many cases, the ports have been “batting on a losing wicket” since waterfront property is much more valuable when a change of use is granted for housing, hotels, new shopping malls, marinas, etc. River ports such as London, surrounded by great conurbation, are particularly vulnerable.

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