Thames Tunnel consultation
Thames Water consulted on the development of a new sewer system to prevent sewage spilling into the Thames river. It incorporates Delib’s Citizen Space system for survey-style responses and analysis, along with an engaging public-facing site:
39 million tonnes of untreated sewage overflows into the River Thames each year from London’s Victorian sewerage system.The Thames Tunnel is a major new sewer, that will tackle the problem of overflows from the capital’s Victorian sewers and will protect the River Thames from increasing pollution for at least the next 100 years.
We will use feedback gathered during phase two consultation to further refine our plans, where possible. We will publicise our proposed planning consent application in mid 2012 before submitting it for approval. At that time you will have another opportunity to comment on the scheme. Comments received will be considered before the application is formally submitted.
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