Dear Sir or Madam,
I am contacting you under the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act to request the public release of the DLR Horizons Report.
Thank you for your email received by Transport for London (TfL) on 23
September. You asked for information about the DLR Horizon report.
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require. Please find attached a copy of the requested report as a PDF
I would draw your attention to the following, which you should bear in
mind before reading the document:
. All costs in the report are 2004 prices
. The report was produced in 2005
. The report is no longer aligned with current objectives and
strategies - these will be laid out in the next `Mayor's Transport
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