Love it or loathe it, the London Docklands is one of the most interesting development projects in the past decade. Tourists and natives alike are fascinated by the landscape of half-constructed buildings, imaginative architecture and the imminent prospect of the Millenium Dome. East of the City is a new book from Pavilion Books, and tells the phenomenal story of the remaking of this once neglected corner of London. Through photographs, illustrations and maps, the book explores the course taken by the London Docklands Development Corporation to place the Docklands back on the map and follow through an ambitious urban regeneration project.

The Independent is pleased to offer 10 copies of East of the City to the first readers to write with their name and address to The Independent/ "East of the City" Competition, 59 Russell Square, London WC1B 4HJ.