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Wapping residents were left frustrated as their questions over the use of King Edward VII Memorial Park for the proposed super sewer went unanswered.
A public meeting organised by the Thames Water at St Paul's Church Hall last Thursday outlined their plans for their "preferred option" to locate waste outlet pipes for the Thames Tideway Tunnel on the park's foreshore.
Thames Water has announced revisions to its proposed super sewer and it's still not too late save the foreshore at Wapping's King Edward VII Memorial Park.
A second consultation is underway on the Thames Tideway Tunnel, which will help tackle the 39million of raw sewage that washes into the river every year.
Thames Water has been urged to reconsider its plans to build a £3.6billion super sewer along the River Thames.
A report published this morning recommended a moratorium on the scheme, which could add up to £65 a year to Thames Water customer bills without addressing the wider problems of dealing with sewage in London.
Boris Johnson is the latest high profile figure to support the campaign to stop building work on a Wapping Park.
The Mayor of London has written a letter to Thames Water director Richard Aylard about plans to use part of King Edward VII Memorial Park for its proposed super sewer.
Campaigners fighting to stop the building of part of the proposed super sewer in Wapping's King Edward VII Memorial Park are holding a public meeting tomorrow.
The SaveKEMP group will hold the meeting at 7pm at Glamis Residents' Hall, on the corner of Glamis Road and Cable Street.