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Thames Tunnel Main report on phase two consultation Appendices

May 2012

Thames Tunnel

Appendix A

Route and site location diagram

Main report on phase two consultation

Site types Main tunnel drive site Main tunnel reception site CSO site Short connection tunnel drive site Long connection tunnel drive site Main tunnel Connection tunnel
Abbey Mills Pumping Station
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Lee Tunnel (under construction) Acton Storm Tanks Hammersmith Pumping Station Barn Elms Putney Bridge Foreshore Dormay Street King Georges Park Carnwath Road Riverside Falconbrook Pumping Station Cremorne Wharf Depot Chelsea Embankment Foreshore Kirtling Street Heathwall Pumping Station Albert Embankment Foreshore Victoria Embankment Foreshore Blackfriars Bridge Foreshore Shad Thames Pumping Station Chambers Wharf Earl Pumping Station Deptford Church Street Greenwich Pumping Station King Edward Memorial Park Foreshore Bekesbourne Street Abbey Mills Pumping Station Beckton Sewage Treatment Works

TOWER HAMLETS CITY OF LONDON EALING


KENSINGTON & CHELSEA HAMMERSMITH & FULHAM
L he T i me

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Beckton Sewage Treatment Works


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2 3 4 5 6 7
8

CITY OF WESTMINSTER
14

15

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22

NEWHAM

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11

16

17

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HOUNSLOW

22

10 10 11 9
12 12

13 13

Greenwich connection tunnel

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11
12 13

12 13 14

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15 16

RICHMOND UPON THAMES

3 4 7 5 6
8

17

LAMBETH

SOUTHWARK

LEWISHAM

GREENWICH

18 19 20

WANDSWORTH

Frogmore connection tunnel

21 22 23 24

www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk

Appendix B

Phase two consultation Statement of community consultation

Main report on phase two consultation

Have your say on our revised plans for the proposed Thames Tunnel
Every year enough untreated sewage to fill the Royal Albert Hall 450 times enters the River Thames. We need the Thames Tunnel to address this problem.
Abbey Mills Pumping Station
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Our statement of community consultation


The Thames Tunnel is needed to capture discharges from combined sewer overflows (CSOs) into the River Thames. Untreated sewage, which currently flows directly into the River Thames from the CSOs, would be captured and stored in the main tunnel and the tunnels that connect the CSOs to the main tunnel before being transferred for treatment. The reduction in untreated combined sewage entering the River Thames would bring long-term benefits for the environment and users of the river. The main tunnel would start at Acton Storm Tanks in west London, where it is at a depth of approximately 30m and end at Abbey Mills Pumping Station in east London at a depth of up to 70m. It would be approximately 25km long and have an internal diameter of 7.2m. Once flows have been transported to Abbey Mills Pumping Station, they would be transferred to Beckton Sewage Treatment Works via the Lee Tunnel. This is a major engineering project and during construction our works could have the potential to affect amenity in the area surrounding some of our sites. These effects will be reduced as far as possible and will not be permanent. Permanent above ground structures would also be required at these locations to operate the Thames Tunnel. This Statement of community consultation (SOCC) sets out how we intend to consult members of the public and local communities in the vicinity of the project. It supersedes the SOCC published in September 2010. We have produced a Community consultation strategy (CCS), available at our website, in association with our SOCC, which details our commitment to consult on the project in more detail. On 16 November 2010, the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs made a written ministerial statement to Parliament that she intends to bring the project within the scope of the Planning Act 2008. This intention is reflected in the draft National Policy Statement for Waste Water, which was published in autumn 2010 and Defras recent consultation on including proposed major wastewater transfer and storage infrastructure projects within the scope of the Planning Act 2008 through amendments to sections 14 and 29 of that Act. The proposed changes would mean that the Thames Tunnel would be considered within this regime; and the application would be examined by the Infrastructure Planning Commission, or its successor. As a result, we are undertaking our pre-application consultation consistent with the requirements of the Planning Act 2008. This document meets the requirements of section 47(1) of the Planning Act 2008, which states that the applicant must prepare a statement setting out how the applicant proposes to consult, about the proposed application, people living in the vicinity of the land. We are completing an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of the project. The EIA will investigate and record the effects of the project on the environment, and help us ensure that the project is sustainable and minimises effects on the environment and amenity. We will publish our Preliminary environmental information report as part of our phase two consultation and invite comments on the environmental and amenity effects of the project that it identifies. Our application will be accompanied by a full environmental statement reporting the findings of our EIA.

than 28 days. We would also give 14 days notice through the publishing of local adverts and provision of information on our website. We will publicise our proposed application under section 48 of the Planning Act 2008 in summer 2012. A period of six weeks will be allowed for receipt of comments on the proposed application.

What we will consult on

The overriding aim of our pre-application public consultations on the project is to ensure that local communities we consult have a chance to understand and influence our proposals. During phase two consultation, we will ask for comment on: the need for the project including whether a tunnel is the most appropriate solution our preferred tunnel route including detailed alignment of the tunnel our preferred sites for the construction and permanent works the detailed proposals for our preferred sites, which take into account the results of our phase one consultation and further, more detailed, technical work undertaken the effects of the project as reported in our Preliminary environmental information report. When we undertake section 48 publicity, we will publicise our proposed application in accordance with the requirements of the Planning Act 2008 and the Infrastructure Planning (Applications: Prescribed Forms and Procedures) Regulations 2009.

Who we will consult

For phase two consultation we will consult technical consultees, landowners, significantly affected persons and the community including the general public, people living in the vicinity of the project, local businesses and community representatives and groups, including hard-to-reach groups. We will send letters to those living at least 250m from the boundary of each site and within a broad corridor along the tunnel route; the boundary will be applied flexibly according to the scale and nature of the proposed works and taking into account the characteristics of the surrounding area. Additionally we will advertise the exhibitions in the local press and public buildings close to sites and where possible we will display site notices and posters locally. When we undertake section 48 publicity we will publicise our application in the prescribed manner, including placing a formal notice in specified newspapers.

Beckton Sewage Treatment Works

CITY OF LONDON
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TOWER HAMLETS
21 22

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NEWHAM

EALING
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CITY OF WESTMINSTER

14 16 17

HAMMERSMITH & FULHAM

HOUNSLOW RICHMOND UPON THAMES

22

KENSINGTON & CHELSEA


10 9 9
12 11 12

18 13 19

GREENWICH LEWISHAM
20

LAMBETH

SOUTHWARK

How we will consult

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We will provide clear and concise public information about the project throughout the consultation process as set out in the table below. Phase two Website Community stakeholder briefings Section 48 publicity Detail of the approach Our website www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk will provide information on the project and be a dedicated point for comments and feedback. To build understanding, we will offer community stakeholder representatives a briefing on the project at our public exhibitions. We will provide comprehensive project information which will include information on the tunnel route, sites and our Preliminary environmental information report. This information will be available on our website and at our exhibitions. Summary material, project and site information papers will be available at local libraries and town halls. To request copies of these documents please call 0800 0721 086. We will hold public exhibitions in the vicinity of the proposed sites; open for a minimum of two consecutive days. Attendees will be able to ask questions of the project team and give their views.

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WANDSWORTH

Key Phase two consultation preferred site Main tunnel Connection tunnels Lee Tunnel (under construction) 1. 2. 3. Acton Storm Tanks Hammersmith Pumping Station Barn Elms

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Putney Bridge Foreshore Dormay Street King George's Park Carnwarth Road Riverside (main tunnel drive site) Falconbrook Pumping Station Cremorne Wharf Depot Chelsea Embankment Foreshore Kirtling Street (main tunnel drive site) Heathwall Pumping Station Albert Embankment Foreshore Victoria Embankment Foreshore

15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24.

Blackfriars Bridge Foreshore Shad Thames Pumping Station Chambers Wharf (main tunnel drive site) Earl Pumping Station Deptford Church Street Greenwich Pumping Station King Edward Memorial Park Foreshore Bekesbourne Street Abbey Mills Pumping Station Beckton Sewage Treatment Works

Project information

We want to hear your views


Following our first phase of consultation we've made some important changes to our plans for the Thames Tunnel. Phase two of our consultation, launched today, aims to give everyone an opportunity to comment on our revised proposals. You can review our plans and send us feedback online at: www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk We're also holding exhibitions at venues close to potential construction sites. See the list opposite. Please make sure you send us your comments by 5pm on Friday 10 Februrary 2012.

Phase two consultation public exhibitions


Thurs 17-Sat 19 November 2011 London Rowing Club, Embankment, Putney, SW15 1LB (Thurs and Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Creekside Centre, 14 Creekside, Deptford, SE8 4SA (Thurs 2-8pm, Fri 2.30-8.30pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Mon 21-Wed 23 November 2011 WWT London Wetland Centre, Queen Elizabeths Walk, SW13 9WT (2-8pm) Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, 4 Battersea Park Road, SW8 4AA (2-8pm) Wed 23-Thurs 24 and Sat 26 November 2011 Glamis Estate Tenant's Hall, 414 Cable Street, E1 0AF (Wed-Thurs 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Thurs 24-Sat 26 November 2011 Beormund Community Centre, 177 Abbey Street, SE1 2AN (Thurs-Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Fri 25-Sat 26 November 2011 Chelsea Academy, Lots Road, SW10 0AB (Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Wed 30 November-Thurs 1 December 2011 Linden House, Upper Mall, Hammersmith, W6 9TA (2-8pm) The Royal Hospital Chelsea, Royal Hospital Road, SW3 4SR (2-8pm) Thurs 1-Sat 3 December 2011 The Worx, 10 Heathman's Road, Parsons Green, SW6 4TJ (Thurs-Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm)

Mon 5-Wed 7 December 2011 London Transport Museum, Covent Garden Piazza, WC2E 7BB (2-8pm) John Scurr Community Centre, 1a Bekesbourne St, E14 7JQ (2-8pm) Mon 5-Tues 6 December 2011 Stratford Town Hall, 29 Broadway, Stratford, E15 4BQ (2-8pm) Wed 7-Thurs 8 December 2011 Vauxhall City Farm, 165 Tyers Street, SE11 5HS (10.30am-4.30pm) Thurs 8-Fri 9 December 2011 St Mark's Community Centre, 218 Tollgate Road, E6 5YA (2-8pm) Mon 12-Tues 13 December 2011 York Gardens Library and Community Centre, 34 Lavender Road, SW11 2UG (2-8pm) Mon 12-Wed 14 December 2011 Surrey Docks Watersports Centre, Rope Street, SE16 7SX (2-8pm) Mon 19-Wed 20 December 2011 Acton Scout Hut, Rugby Road, W4 1AT (3-8pm) Wed 18-Fri 20 January 2012 City Hall, The Queen's Walk, SE1 2AA (2-8pm)

Programme of public exhibitions

Access for all

We will ensure that consultation information is available in large print, Braille, or in an audio format and will offer a telephone service translating consultation materials into different languages. Please call 0800 0721 086 for these services.

Further information

We will post regular project updates on our website including our CCS and other relevant technical background papers. A copy of this SOCC will also be available from local libraries and town halls. Visit: www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk Call: 0800 0721 086 Email: thames.tunnel@thameswater.co.uk Write to: Thames Tunnel Consultation, Thames Water Utilities, Freepost SCE 9923, PO BOX 522, Swindon SN2 8LA

Feedback

When we will consult

We undertook our phase one consultation between 13 September 2010 and 14 January 2011. Our phase two consultation commences on 4 November 2011 and ends on 10 February 2012, lasting 14 weeks. We may need to amend our scheme after the commencement of our phase two consultation. Should this be necessary, we would consider on a site by site basis whether our changes would affect the nature of the comments received from the public at phase two consultation, and where appropriate undertake further targeted consultation. This would comprise public exhibitions and provision of project information, and would be for a period of not less

Our preferred method for receiving comments is via our website but we will also provide paper feedback forms at our public exhibitions and on request. We are legally required to have regard to all the responses we receive through phase two consultation and section 48 publicity. A report on phase two consultation will be produced and published on our website, which will give details of responses to the formal consultation and explain how we have taken them into account in developing our proposals. The reports on phase one and phase two consultations will form the basis of the consultation report that we must submit in support of our application.

Appendix C

Local authorities, Greater London Authority and statutory consultees

Main report on phase two consultation

Appendix C Local authorities and statutory consultees


Local authorities City of London Corporation City of Westminster London Borough of Ealing London Borough of Greenwich London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham London Borough of Lambeth London Borough of Newham London Borough of Richmond upon Thames London Borough of Southwark London Borough of Tower Hamlets London Borough of Wandsworth Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames Brentwood Borough Council Broxbourne Borough Council Buckinghamshire County Council Dartford Borough Council Elmbridge Borough Council Enfield Council Epping Forest District Council Epsom & Ewell Borough Council Essex County Council Hertfordshire County Council Hertsmere Borough Council Kent County Council London Borough of Barking and Dagenham London Borough of Barnet London Borough of Bexley London Borough of Brent London Borough of Brent London Borough of Bromley London Borough of Camden London Borough of Croydon London Borough of Hackney London Borough of Haringey London Borough of Harrow London Borough of Havering London Borough of Hillingdon London Borough of Hounslow

London Borough of Islington London Borough of Lewisham London Borough of Merton London Borough of Newham London Borough of Redbridge London Borough of Sutton London Borough of Waltham Forest London Thames Gateway Development Corporation ODA Planning Decisions Team Sevenoaks District Council Slough Borough Council South Bucks District Council Spelthorne Borough Council Surrey County Council Tandridge District Council Three Rivers District Council Thurrock Borough Council Welwyn Hatfield District Council

Statutory Consultees Statutory Consultee Greater London Authority (GLA) The Health and Safety Executive NHS London Natural England English Heritage London Fire Brigade /London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority Metropolitan Police Authority The Environment Agency Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment London Development Agency The Equality and Human Rights Commission The Commission for Sustainable Development The Homes and Communities Agency The Joint Nature Conservation Committee The Marine and Fisheries Agency The Civil Aviation Authority The Highways Agency Integrated Transport Authorities and Passenger Transport Executives Department for Transport Relevant Highways Authority - Transport for London and London Boroughs The Rail Passengers Council The Disabled Persons Transport Advisory Committee The Office of Rail Regulation and approved operators The Gas and Electricity Markets Authority The Water Services Regulation Authority (OfWAT) Waste Regulation Authorities City of London Corporation Waste Authority City of Westminster Waste Authority London Borough of Greenwich Waste Authority London Borough of Lewisham Waste Authority London Borough of Southwark Waste Authority

London Borough of Tower Hamlets Waste Authority East London Waste Regulation Authority North London Waste Regulation Authority West London Waste Regulation Authority Western Riverside Waste Regulation Authority British Waterways Trinity House The Health Protection Agency London Regional Resilience Forum Communications and Media 186K AboveNet Communications UK BT Cable and Wireless City of London Telecommunications (COLT) Comsol ConocoPhillips (UK) Ltd Easynet Telecom Fibernet FibreSpan Gamma Telecommunications GEO Networks Ltd Global Crossing (UK) Telecomms Ltd GO Mobile (UK) Ltd H20 Networks Ltd Hutchinson 3G UK Ltd Interoute Communications Ltd J.C Decaux (UK) Ltd Kingston Communications Group KPN Telecom UK Ltd Level (3) Communications MCI/Worldcom Ltd More Group UK O2 (UK) Ltd

Orange Telecom Spectrum Interactive TATA group TeliaSonera Thus plc T-Mobile (UK) Ltd Urband Ltd Verizon Business Virgin Media Rail Crossrail Docklands Light Railway (DLR) London Rail London Underground Ltd (LUL) Network Rail Water Transport Port of London Authority Marine Management Organisation Postal Services Royal Mail Utilities Dalkia Utilities services plc E.ON EDF Energy Gas Transportation Company National Grid Scottish & Southern Energy plc Serco Gulf Engineering LTD Shell Gas Direct Southern Gas Network Thames Water Total Fina Elf Pipelines The Crown Estate Commissioners Secretary of State for Transport

Defra Department for Trade and Industry Sport England Theatres Trust

Appendix D

Land referencing methodology

Main report on phase two consultation

Appendix D Land referencing methodology


1.1
1.1.1

Setting the land referencing limits


The limits of the land referencing area are determined by the statutory requirements for consultation and ultimately notice of the DCO application and incorporate the following criteria. Any land or property: within the tunnel and settlement/nuisance zone limits within the shortlisted surface sites limits considered to be an in river structure abutting the tunnel and settlement/nuisance zone limits fronting a public road where the half width of public road falls within limits within a buffer of 100 metres surrounding a shortlisted site within the sites and nuisance zones required for substantial alteration to the road network.

1.1.2

1.1.3

The criteria will be expanded to include additional sites when known required for replacement open space or collateral purposes needed for e.g. flood compensation.

1.2
1.2.1

Desktop activities
HM Land Registry (HMLR) activities
Land Registry data is ordered for the extents of the land referencing limits and placed on Property Watch to capture any changes that may occur to the data prior to submission of the application. The Land Registry data is received in the form of a shapefile and digital copies of the Registers and Plans. This data is interrogated to establish any freehold, leasehold, mortgagee, other charges and restrictive covenant information. The information gathered is stored within webPERCS, the land referencing database. From this data the landownership parcels can be created and updated through further enquiries. The parcel boundaries are drawn to reflect unique ownership information and are stored spatially within a GIS database.

1.2.2

1.2.3

Major land owners


1.2.4 Land interest information is requested from major landowners (including local authorities). Requests to local authorities also include authorisation to access the electoral roll for large areas; access to the Councils land terrier mapping; information about public highways and private roads; information about special category land; e.g. sites of special scientific

interest, areas of outstanding natural beauty, public open spaces, common land, public allotments, parks and recreation areas etc; information about statutory undertakers (e.g. gas, water, electricity, media service providers); Information relating to extant planning permissions which may alter the ownership details of a land parcel and future public and privately funded developments. 1.2.5 Additional desktop activities are undertaken to confirm information received through site enquiries and the Land Registry. Companies House searches are undertaken to ensure registered companies details are correct and the registered office address is used for service of notices. Quick Address Search (QAS) is carried out for all interests to verify other interests and to confirm details for those identified elsewhere.

1.3
1.3.1

Site Referencing
Non-contact site visits
Non-contact site visits are undertaken to identify potentially complicated sites and to write descriptions for entry into the referencing database (webPERCS) in preparation for the interested party information. This aids in the checking process and will form the basis for the property descriptions for the Book of Reference. In addition the OS mapping information is checked against what the site actually consists of. Any discrepancies are noted and amended in the land ownership parcels.

Contact site visits


1.3.2 Contact site visits are undertaken to identify the occupation details for a property in addition to confirming details which may have been gathered through Land Registry checks and for other unregistered land and property. The site team complete a Land Information Questionnaire (LIQ) with the occupier of the property to establish all additional interest information. Should no response be gained at the property an LIQ is left for the occupants to complete and return by post. If no response is received the property will be visited a further 2 times to attempt to gather the required information,

1.3.3

Postal LIQs
1.3.4 In some circumstances, when the Land Registry data has been fully interpreted, LIQs will be posted in advance prior to contact site visits taking place. Included with the questionnaire will be individual plans showing the anticipated land ownership boundary. Respondents are asked to complete the questionnaire and amend the boundary plan illustrating any modifications required and return the complete package to the project team. The land referencing team will analyse this return information and conduct follow up enquires when necessary.

1.4
1.4.1

Data Management
webPERCS
All correspondence with potentially affected parties is uploaded into the referencing database. This includes Land Interest Questionnaires (by post and completed via one-one interview), telephone enquiries and follow-up letters. In order to ensure diligent inquiry has been carried out the dates and times of all site visits are recorded. The Land Registry titles and plans along with the LIQs and other supporting data are uploaded against the parcel and interest information to not only show a detailed history of the investigation but to provide easily available source information for all land and property. All formal notices and postal lists are also uploaded onto webPERCS and. Each notice is linked to the individual interests.

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1.4.3

Appendix E

List of newspaper adverts

Main report on phase two consultation

Venue and Address Creekside Centre 14 Creekside, Deptford, SE8 4SA

Newspaper/s South London Press Lewisham and Greenwich Mercury

Circulation Space

Size (mm) Insertion date 15/11/2011 16/11/2011

16,541 Half page colour 170x262 75,233 Half page colour 170x262

London Rowing Club Embankment, Putney, SW15 1LB Battersea Dogs & Cats Home 4 Battersea Park Road (Entry through main gate), London, SW8 Glamis Estate Tenant's Hall 414 Cable Street (corner of Cable Street and Glamis Road), E1 0AF Beormund Community Centre 177 Abbey Street, SE1 2AN WWT London Wetland Centre Queen Elizabeth's Walk, Barnes, Chelsea Academy Lots Road, London, SW10 0AB Linden House Upper Mall, Hammersmith, W6 9TA The Royal Hospital Chelsea Royal Hospital Road, London, SW3 The Worx 10 Heathman's Road, Parsons Stratford Town Hall 29 Broadway, Stratford, E15 4BQ London Transport Museum Covent Garden Piazza, London, WC2E 7BB John Scurr Community Centre 1a Bekesbourne Street, E14 7JQ Vauxhall City Farm 165 Tyers Street, London, SE11 5HS St Mark's Community Centre 218 Tollgate Road, London, E6 5YA York Gardens Library and Community Centre; 34 Lavender Surrey Docks Watersports Centre Rope Street, London, SE16 7SX

Wandsworth Guardian

62,990 Half page colour 160x259

17/11/2011

East London Advertiser Southwark News Richmond and Twickenham Times Fulham and Hammersmith Chronicle

19,126 Half page colour 160x267 11,015 Half page colour 180x270 40,172 Half page colour 160x259 108,336 Half page colour 170x262

17/11/2011 17/11/2011 18/11/2011 18/11/2011

Fulham and Hammersmith Chronicle

108,336 Half page colour 170x262

25/11/2011

Newham Record and Stratford Express Camden New Journal West End Extra East London Advertiser South London Press Newham Record and Stratford Express Wandsworth Guardian Southwark News South London Press

8,445 Half page colour 160x267 69,323 Half page colour 160x259 16,985 Half page colour 160x259 19,126 Half page colour 160x267 16,541 Half page colour 170x262 8,445 Half page colour 160x267 62,990 Half page colour 160x259 11,015 Half page colour 180x270 16,541 Half page colour 170x262

30/11/2011 01/12/2011 02/12/2011 01/12/2011 02/12/2011 07/12/2011 08/12/2011 08/12/2011 09/12/2011

Royal Festival Hall Belvedere Road, South Bank, Parsons Green Sports and Social Broomhouse Lane, Fulham, SW6 Acton Scout Hut; Rugby Road (Between Hatfield and Canham City Hall The Queen's Walk, London, SE1 2AA

Advertised on project website Fulham and Hammesmith Chronicle Ealing Gazette Southwark News South London Press 108,336 Half page colour 170x262 58,546 Half page colour 170x262 11,015 Half page colour 180x270 16,541 Half page colour 170x262 19,126 Half page colour 160x267 09/12/2011 16/12/2011 12/01/2012 13/01/2012 12/01/2012

John Orwell Sports Centre Tench Street, Wapping, E1W 2QD Hurlingham and Chelsea Secondary School

East London Advertiser Advertised on project website Newsletter distributed to local

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Appendix F

Means of invitation and copies of invite letters

Main report on phase two consultation

Consultee Statutory consultee

Who

Local authority

Chief Executive Highways department Tunnel route Preferred site Within 100m of preferred site and tunnel route Within 100m of preferred site Public Community groups

Letter reference 100-CO-CP2-MULTI-000001 100-CO-CP2-MULTI-000001 100-CO-CMN-MULTI-000022 100-CO-CP2-MULTI-000005 100-CO-CP2-MULTI-000003

Date letters sent 3 -4 November 3 -4 November 3 -4 November 3 -4 November

Landowners and significantly affected persons

100-CO-CP2-MULTI-000006
100-CO-CP2-MULTI-000004 100-CO-CP2-MULTI-000007 100-CO-CP2-MULTI-000002

3 -4 November
3 -4 November 3 -4 November 3 -4 November

Community

Prefix; First Name; Surname; Official Title Organisation Prop_Add_Line 1 Prop_Add_Line 2 Prop_Add_Line 3 Prop_Add_Line 4 Prop_Add_Line5; Town County P_Post_Code
Dear Sir/Madam

Thames Tunnel - Autumn 2011

Phone Email Our ref

0800 0721 086 thames.tunnel@thameswater.co.uk 100-CO-CP2-MULTI-000007

Thames Tunnel public consultation (phase two) 4 November 2011 10 February 2012
We would like to let you know about our plans for the construction of the Thames Tunnel. This major project is urgently needed to help tackle the 39 million tonnes of untreated sewage which overflows into the River Thames in an average year, when Londons Victorian sewerage system becomes overloaded after rainfall. During our first phase of public consultation on the project, 13 September 2010 14 January 2011, we asked for your comments on our proposed routes and sites. We have been listening to the feedback and we have made some important and significant changes to our plans. This has resulted in a refined and redesigned scheme. We are about to commence our second phase of consultation on the project. We will be consulting local planning authorities, statutory consultees, members of the public and landowners with an interest in the land over and through which the project will be constructed or who may be affected by construction or operation of the tunnel. We expect to submit our application for consent in late 2012 and to start construction of the scheme in 2016. We are consulting all those who live close to a construction site or the proposed tunnel and we would like you to find out more about how the Thames Tunnel may affect you, taking into account the changes to the project since phase one consultation. We do not need to acquire any part of your property. This is a major construction project and depending on where you live or work, you need to understand what we are planning to do and how it may affect you. If you are able, please visit one of our exhibitions and speak to my team who can help answer your questions. You can also visit our website at www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk or call us on our 24 hour helpline, 0800 0721 086 for more information. We are committed to hearing the views of those potentially affected by the project. This consultation closes on 10 February 2012 at 5pm and we must receive all your comments by this date. It is your opportunity to tell us your views on our proposals so that we can take them into account before we finalise the design and publicise it prior to formally submitting our application for consent to construct the Thames Tunnel. Yours sincerely

Phil Stride, Head of London Tideway Tunnels Thames Water


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Phase two consultation public exhibitions


Thurs 17-Sat 19 November 2011 London Rowing Club, Embankment, Putney, SW15 1LB (Thurs and Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Creekside Centre, 14 Creekside, Deptford, SE8 4SA (Thurs 2-8pm, Fri 2.30-8.30pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Mon 21-Wed 23 November 2011 WWT London Wetland Centre, Queen Elizabeths Walk, SW13 9WT (2-8pm) Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, 4 Battersea Park Road, SW8 4AA (2-8pm) Wed 23-Thurs 24 and Sat 26 November 2011 Glamis Estate Tenant's Hall, 414 Cable Street, E1 0AF (Wed-Thurs 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Thurs 24-Sat 26 November 2011 Beormund Community Centre, 177 Abbey Street, SE1 2AN (Thurs-Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Fri 25-Sat 26 November 2011 Chelsea Academy, Lots Road, SW10 0AB (Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Wed 30 November-Thurs 1 December 2011 Linden House, Upper Mall, Hammersmith, W6 9TA (2-8pm) The Royal Hospital Chelsea, Royal Hospital Road, SW3 4SR (2-8pm) Thurs 1-Sat 3 December 2011 The Worx, 10 Heathman's Road, Parsons Green, SW6 4TJ (Thurs-Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Mon 5-Wed 7 December 2011 London Transport Museum, Covent Garden Piazza, WC2E 7BB (2-8pm) John Scurr Community Centre, 1a Bekesbourne St, E14 7JQ (2-8pm) Mon 5-Tues 6 December 2011 Stratford Town Hall, 29 Broadway, Stratford, E15 4BQ (2-8pm) Wed 7-Thurs 8 December 2011 Vauxhall City Farm, 165 Tyers Street, SE11 5HS (10.30am-4.30pm) Thurs 8-Fri 9 December 2011 St Mark's Community Centre, 218 Tollgate Road, E6 5YA (2-8pm) Mon 12-Tues 13 December 2011 York Gardens Library and Community Centre, 34 Lavender Road, SW11 2UG (2-8pm) Mon 12-Wed 14 December 2011 Surrey Docks Watersports Centre, Rope Street, SE16 7SX (2-8pm) Mon 19-Wed 20 December 2011 Acton Scout Hut, Rugby Road, W4 1AT (3-8pm) Wed 18-Fri 20 January 2012 City Hall, The Queen's Walk, SE1 2AA (2-8pm)

Thames Water Utilities Limited Thames Tunnel Consultation, Freepost SCE9923, PO Box 522, Swindon, SN2 8LA www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk
Registered in England and Wales No. 2366661 Registered office Clearwater Court, Vastern Road, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 8DB

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Prefix; First Name; Surname; Official Title Organisation Prop_Add_Line 1 Prop_Add_Line 2 Prop_Add_Line 3 Prop_Add_Line 4 Prop_Add_Line5; Town County P_Post_Code
Dear Sir/Madam Re: [ INSERT Description; Details 1; Details 2]

Thames Tunnel - Autumn 2011

Land Parcel Phone Email Our ref

INSERT LAND PARCEL 0800 0721 086 thames.tunnel@thameswater.co.uk 100-CO-CP2-MULTI-000006

Thames Tunnel public consultation (phase two) 4 November 2011 10 February 2012
We would like to let you know about our plans for the construction of the Thames Tunnel. This major project is urgently needed to help tackle the 39 million tonnes of untreated sewage which overflows into the River Thames in an average year, when Londons Victorian sewerage system becomes overloaded after rainfall. During our first phase of public consultation on the project, 13 September 2010 14 January 2011, we asked for your comments on our proposed routes and sites. We have been listening to the feedback and we have made some important and significant changes to our plans. This has resulted in a refined and redesigned scheme. We are about to commence our second phase of consultation on the project. We will be consulting local planning authorities, statutory consultees, members of the public and landowners with an interest in the land over and through which the project will be constructed or who may be affected by construction or operation of the tunnel. We expect to submit our application for consent in late 2012 and to start construction of the scheme in 2016. Your property is located within approximately 100 metres of the boundary of one of our proposed construction sites. We do not need to acquire your property for our project but you may be affected by the construction and possibly the future operation of the tunnel. In addition, in order to build the tunnel we may need to acquire subsoil rights below your property. However, due to the depth of the tunnel (20-67 metres), your property should not be affected by its construction or subsequent operation. Please take the time to find out more and contact us so we can discuss how our project may affect you. If you are able, please visit one of our exhibitions and speak to my team who can help answer your questions. You can also visit our website at www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk or call us on our 24 hour helpline, 0800 0721 086 for more information. We are committed to hearing the views of those potentially affected by the project. This consultation closes on 10 February 2012 at 5pm and we must receive all your comments by this date. It is your opportunity to tell us your views on our proposals so that we can take them into account before we finalise the design and publicise it prior to formally submitting our application for consent to construct the Thames Tunnel. Yours sincerely

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Phil Stride, Head of London Tideway Tunnels Thames Water

Phase two consultation public exhibitions


Thurs 17-Sat 19 November 2011 London Rowing Club, Embankment, Putney, SW15 1LB (Thurs and Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Creekside Centre, 14 Creekside, Deptford, SE8 4SA (Thurs 2-8pm, Fri 2.30-8.30pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Mon 21-Wed 23 November 2011 WWT London Wetland Centre, Queen Elizabeths Walk, SW13 9WT (2-8pm) Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, 4 Battersea Park Road, SW8 4AA (2-8pm) Wed 23-Thurs 24 and Sat 26 November 2011 Glamis Estate Tenant's Hall, 414 Cable Street, E1 0AF (Wed-Thurs 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Thurs 24-Sat 26 November 2011 Beormund Community Centre, 177 Abbey Street, SE1 2AN (Thurs-Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Fri 25-Sat 26 November 2011 Chelsea Academy, Lots Road, SW10 0AB (Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Wed 30 November-Thurs 1 December 2011 Linden House, Upper Mall, Hammersmith, W6 9TA (2-8pm) The Royal Hospital Chelsea, Royal Hospital Road, SW3 4SR (2-8pm) Thurs 1-Sat 3 December 2011 The Worx, 10 Heathman's Road, Parsons Green, SW6 4TJ (Thurs-Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Mon 5-Wed 7 December 2011 London Transport Museum, Covent Garden Piazza, WC2E 7BB (2-8pm) John Scurr Community Centre, 1a Bekesbourne St, E14 7JQ (2-8pm) Mon 5-Tues 6 December 2011 Stratford Town Hall, 29 Broadway, Stratford, E15 4BQ (2-8pm) Wed 7-Thurs 8 December 2011 Vauxhall City Farm, 165 Tyers Street, SE11 5HS (10.30am-4.30pm) Thurs 8-Fri 9 December 2011 St Mark's Community Centre, 218 Tollgate Road, E6 5YA (2-8pm) Mon 12-Tues 13 December 2011 York Gardens Library and Community Centre, 34 Lavender Road, SW11 2UG (2-8pm) Mon 12-Wed 14 December 2011 Surrey Docks Watersports Centre, Rope Street, SE16 7SX (2-8pm) Mon 19-Wed 20 December 2011 Acton Scout Hut, Rugby Road, W4 1AT (3-8pm) Wed 18-Fri 20 January 2012 City Hall, The Queen's Walk, SE1 2AA (2-8pm)
Thames Water Utilities Limited Thames Tunnel Consultation, Freepost SCE9923, PO Box 522, Swindon, SN2 8LA www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk
Registered in England and Wales No. 2366661 Registered office Clearwater Court, Vastern Road, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 8DB

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INSERT LAND PARCEL 0800 0721 086 thames.tunnel@thameswater.co.uk 100-CO-CP2-MULTI-000005

Dear Sir/Madam Re: [ INSERT Description; Details 1; Details 2]

Thames Tunnel public consultation (phase two) 4 November 2011 10 February 2012
We would like to let you know about our plans for the construction of the Thames Tunnel. This major project is urgently needed to help tackle the 39 million tonnes of untreated sewage which overflows into the River Thames in an average year, when Londons Victorian sewerage system becomes overloaded after rainfall. During our first phase of public consultation on the project, 13 September 2010 14 January 2011, we asked for your comments on our proposed routes and sites. We have been listening to the feedback and we have made some important and significant changes to our plans. This has resulted in a refined and redesigned scheme. We are about to commence our second phase of consultation on the project. We will be consulting local planning authorities, statutory consultees, members of the public and landowners with an interest in the land over and through which the project will be constructed or who may be affected by construction or operation of the tunnel. We expect to submit our application for consent in late 2012 and to start construction of the scheme in 2016. In order to build the tunnel, we may need to acquire subsoil rights below your property however, due to the depth of the tunnel (20-67 metres), your property should not be affected by its construction or subsequent operation. Please take the time to find out more and contact us so we can discuss how our project may affect you. If you are able, please visit one of our exhibitions and speak to my team who can help answer your questions. You can also visit our website at www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk or call us on our 24 hour helpline, 0800 0721 086 for more information. We are committed to hearing the views of those potentially affected by the project. This consultation closes on 10 February 2012 at 5pm and we must receive all your comments by this date. It is your opportunity to tell us your views on our proposals so that we can take them into account before we finalise the design and publicise it prior to formally submitting our application for consent to construct the Thames Tunnel.

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Yours sincerely

Phil Stride, Head of London Tideway Tunnels Thames Water

Phase two consultation public exhibitions


Thurs 17-Sat 19 November 2011 London Rowing Club, Embankment, Putney, SW15 1LB (Thurs and Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Creekside Centre, 14 Creekside, Deptford, SE8 4SA (Thurs 2-8pm, Fri 2.30-8.30pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Mon 21-Wed 23 November 2011 WWT London Wetland Centre, Queen Elizabeths Walk, SW13 9WT (2-8pm) Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, 4 Battersea Park Road, SW8 4AA (2-8pm) Wed 23-Thurs 24 and Sat 26 November 2011 Glamis Estate Tenant's Hall, 414 Cable Street, E1 0AF (Wed-Thurs 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Thurs 24-Sat 26 November 2011 Beormund Community Centre, 177 Abbey Street, SE1 2AN (Thurs-Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Fri 25-Sat 26 November 2011 Chelsea Academy, Lots Road, SW10 0AB (Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Wed 30 November-Thurs 1 December 2011 Linden House, Upper Mall, Hammersmith, W6 9TA (2-8pm) The Royal Hospital Chelsea, Royal Hospital Road, SW3 4SR (2-8pm) Thurs 1-Sat 3 December 2011 The Worx, 10 Heathman's Road, Parsons Green, SW6 4TJ (Thurs-Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Mon 5-Wed 7 December 2011 London Transport Museum, Covent Garden Piazza, WC2E 7BB (2-8pm) John Scurr Community Centre, 1a Bekesbourne St, E14 7JQ (2-8pm) Mon 5-Tues 6 December 2011 Stratford Town Hall, 29 Broadway, Stratford, E15 4BQ (2-8pm) Wed 7-Thurs 8 December 2011 Vauxhall City Farm, 165 Tyers Street, SE11 5HS (10.30am-4.30pm) Thurs 8-Fri 9 December 2011 St Mark's Community Centre, 218 Tollgate Road, E6 5YA (2-8pm) Mon 12-Tues 13 December 2011 York Gardens Library and Community Centre, 34 Lavender Road, SW11 2UG (2-8pm) Mon 12-Wed 14 December 2011 Surrey Docks Watersports Centre, Rope Street, SE16 7SX (2-8pm) Mon 19-Wed 20 December 2011 Acton Scout Hut, Rugby Road, W4 1AT (3-8pm) Wed 18-Fri 20 January 2012 City Hall, The Queen's Walk, SE1 2AA (2-8pm)
Thames Water Utilities Limited Thames Tunnel Consultation, Freepost SCE9923, PO Box 522, Swindon, SN2 8LA www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk
Registered in England and Wales No. 2366661 Registered office Clearwater Court, Vastern Road, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 8DB

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Prefix; First Name; Surname; Official Title Organisation Prop_Add_Line 1 Prop_Add_Line 2 Prop_Add_Line 3 Prop_Add_Line 4 Prop_Add_Line5; Town County P_Post_Code
Dear Sir/Madam Re: [INSERT Description; Details 1; Details 2]

Thames Tunnel - Autumn 2011

Land Parcel Phone Email Our ref

INSERT LAND PARCEL 0800 0721 086 thames.tunnel@thameswater.co.uk 100-CO-CP2-MULTI-000004

Thames Tunnel public consultation (phase two) 4 November 2011 10 February 2012
We would like to let you know about our plans for the construction of the Thames Tunnel. This major project is urgently needed to help tackle the 39 million tonnes of untreated sewage which overflows into the River Thames in an average year, when Londons Victorian sewerage system becomes overloaded after rainfall. During our first phase of public consultation on the project, 13 September 2010-14 January 2011, we asked for your comments on our proposed routes and sites. We have been listening to the feedback and we have made some important and significant changes to our plans. This has resulted in a refined and redesigned scheme. We are about to commence our second phase of consultation on the project. We will be consulting local planning authorities, statutory consultees, members of the public and landowners with an interest in the land over and through which the project will be constructed or who may be affected by construction or operation of the tunnel. We expect to submit our application for consent in late 2012 and to start construction of the scheme in 2016. Your property is located within approximately 100 metres of the boundary of one of our proposed construction sites. We do not need to acquire your property for our project but you may be affected by the construction and possibly the future operation of the tunnel. Please take time to find out more and contact us so we can discuss how our project may affect you. If you are able, please visit one of our exhibitions and speak to my team who can help answer your questions. You can also visit our website at www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk or call us on our 24 hour helpline, 0800 0721 086 for more information. We are committed to hearing the views of those potentially affected by the project. This consultation closes on 10 February 2012 at 5pm and we must receive all your comments by this date. It is your opportunity to tell us your views on our proposals so that we can take them into account before we finalise the design and publicise it prior to formally submitting our application for consent to construct the Thames Tunnel. Yours sincerely

Phil Stride, Head of London Tideway Tunnels Thames Water


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Phase two consultation public exhibitions


Thurs 17-Sat 19 November 2011 London Rowing Club, Embankment, Putney, SW15 1LB (Thurs and Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Creekside Centre, 14 Creekside, Deptford, SE8 4SA (Thurs 2-8pm, Fri 2.30-8.30pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Mon 21-Wed 23 November 2011 WWT London Wetland Centre, Queen Elizabeths Walk, SW13 9WT (2-8pm) Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, 4 Battersea Park Road, SW8 4AA (2-8pm) Wed 23-Thurs 24 and Sat 26 November 2011 Glamis Estate Tenant's Hall, 414 Cable Street, E1 0AF (Wed-Thurs 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Thurs 24-Sat 26 November 2011 Beormund Community Centre, 177 Abbey Street, SE1 2AN (Thurs-Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Fri 25-Sat 26 November 2011 Chelsea Academy, Lots Road, SW10 0AB (Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Wed 30 November-Thurs 1 December 2011 Linden House, Upper Mall, Hammersmith, W6 9TA (2-8pm) The Royal Hospital Chelsea, Royal Hospital Road, SW3 4SR (2-8pm) Thurs 1-Sat 3 December 2011 The Worx, 10 Heathman's Road, Parsons Green, SW6 4TJ (Thurs-Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Mon 5-Wed 7 December 2011 London Transport Museum, Covent Garden Piazza, WC2E 7BB (2-8pm) John Scurr Community Centre, 1a Bekesbourne St, E14 7JQ (2-8pm) Mon 5-Tues 6 December 2011 Stratford Town Hall, 29 Broadway, Stratford, E15 4BQ (2-8pm) Wed 7-Thurs 8 December 2011 Vauxhall City Farm, 165 Tyers Street, SE11 5HS (10.30am-4.30pm) Thurs 8-Fri 9 December 2011 St Mark's Community Centre, 218 Tollgate Road, E6 5YA (2-8pm) Mon 12-Tues 13 December 2011 York Gardens Library and Community Centre, 34 Lavender Road, SW11 2UG (2-8pm) Mon 12-Wed 14 December 2011 Surrey Docks Watersports Centre, Rope Street, SE16 7SX (2-8pm) Mon 19-Wed 20 December 2011 Acton Scout Hut, Rugby Road, W4 1AT (3-8pm) Wed 18-Fri 20 January 2012 City Hall, The Queen's Walk, SE1 2AA (2-8pm
Thames Water Utilities Limited Thames Tunnel Consultation, Freepost SCE9923, PO Box 522, Swindon, SN2 8LA www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk
Registered in England and Wales No. 2366661 Registered office Clearwater Court, Vastern Road, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 8DB

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Land Parcel Phone Email Our ref

INSERT LAND PARCEL 0800 0721 086 thames.tunnel@thameswater.co.uk 100-CO-CP2-MULTI-000003

Dear Sir/Madam Re: [ INSERT Description; Details 1; Details 2]

Thames Tunnel public consultation (phase two) 4 November 2011 10 February 2012
We would like to let you know about our plans for the construction of the Thames Tunnel. This major project is urgently needed to help tackle the 39 million tonnes of untreated sewage which overflows into the River Thames in an average year, when Londons Victorian sewerage system becomes overloaded after rainfall. During our first phase of public consultation on the project, 13 September 2010 14 January 2011, we asked for your comments on our proposed routes and sites. We have been listening to the feedback and we have made some important and significant changes to our plans. This has resulted in a refined and redesigned scheme. We are about to commence our second phase of consultation on the project. We will be consulting local planning authorities, statutory consultees, members of the public and landowners with an interest in the land over and through which the project will be constructed or who may be affected by construction or operation of the tunnel. We expect to submit our application for consent in late 2012 and to start construction of the scheme in 2016. We will need to acquire a number of sites that will be used in the construction and subsequent operation of the Thames Tunnel. We believe that you have an interest in land which we may need to acquire. Please take the time to find out more and contact us so we can discuss how our project may affect you. If you are able, please visit one of our exhibitions and speak to my team who can help answer your questions. You can also visit our website at www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk or call us on our 24 hour helpline, 0800 0721 086 for more information. We are committed to hearing the views of those potentially affected by the project. This consultation closes on 10 February 2012 at 5pm and we must receive all your comments by this date. It is your opportunity to tell us your views on our proposals so that we can take them into account before we finalise the design and publicise it prior to formally submitting our application for consent to construct the Thames Tunnel. Yours sincerely

Phil Stride, Head of London Tideway Tunnels Thames Water

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Phase two consultation public exhibitions


Thurs 17-Sat 19 November 2011 London Rowing Club, Embankment, Putney, SW15 1LB (Thurs and Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Creekside Centre, 14 Creekside, Deptford, SE8 4SA (Thurs 2-8pm, Fri 2.30-8.30pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Mon 21-Wed 23 November 2011 WWT London Wetland Centre, Queen Elizabeths Walk, SW13 9WT (2-8pm) Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, 4 Battersea Park Road, SW8 4AA (2-8pm) Wed 23-Thurs 24 and Sat 26 November 2011 Glamis Estate Tenant's Hall, 414 Cable Street, E1 0AF (Wed-Thurs 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Thurs 24-Sat 26 November 2011 Beormund Community Centre, 177 Abbey Street, SE1 2AN (Thurs-Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Fri 25-Sat 26 November 2011 Chelsea Academy, Lots Road, SW10 0AB (Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Wed 30 November-Thurs 1 December 2011 Linden House, Upper Mall, Hammersmith, W6 9TA (2-8pm) The Royal Hospital Chelsea, Royal Hospital Road, SW3 4SR (2-8pm) Thurs 1-Sat 3 December 2011 The Worx, 10 Heathman's Road, Parsons Green, SW6 4TJ (Thurs-Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Mon 5-Wed 7 December 2011 London Transport Museum, Covent Garden Piazza, WC2E 7BB (2-8pm) John Scurr Community Centre, 1a Bekesbourne St, E14 7JQ (2-8pm) Mon 5-Tues 6 December 2011 Stratford Town Hall, 29 Broadway, Stratford, E15 4BQ (2-8pm) Wed 7-Thurs 8 December 2011 Vauxhall City Farm, 165 Tyers Street, SE11 5HS (10.30am-4.30pm) Thurs 8-Fri 9 December 2011 St Mark's Community Centre, 218 Tollgate Road, E6 5YA (2-8pm) Mon 12-Tues 13 December 2011 York Gardens Library and Community Centre, 34 Lavender Road, SW11 2UG (2-8pm) Mon 12-Wed 14 December 2011 Surrey Docks Watersports Centre, Rope Street, SE16 7SX (2-8pm) Mon 19-Wed 20 December 2011 Acton Scout Hut, Rugby Road, W4 1AT (3-8pm) Wed 18-Fri 20 January 2012 City Hall, The Queen's Walk, SE1 2AA (2-8pm)
Thames Water Utilities Limited Thames Tunnel Consultation, Freepost SCE9923, PO Box 522, Swindon, SN2 8LA www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk
Registered in England and Wales No. 2366661 Registered office Clearwater Court, Vastern Road, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 8DB

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Thames Tunnel - Autumn 2011


Phone Email Our ref 0800 0721 086 thames.tunnel@thameswater.co.uk 100-CO-CP2-MULTI-000002

Dear [TITLE; SURNAME]

Thames Tunnel public consultation (phase two) 4 November 2011 10 February 2012
I am writing about plans for the construction of the Thames Tunnel. This major project is urgently needed to help tackle the 39 million tonnes of untreated sewage which overflows into the River Thames in an average year, when Londons Victorian sewerage system becomes overloaded after rainfall. Our first phase of public consultation on the project, 13 September 2010 14 January 2011, asked for your comments on our proposed routes and sites. We have been listening to you and we have made some important and significant changes to our plans. This has resulted in a refined and redesigned scheme. We are about to commence our second phase of consultation on the project. We will be consulting local planning authorities, statutory consultees, members of the public and landowners with an interest in the land over and through which the project will be constructed or who may be affected by construction or operation of the tunnel. If you would like a dedicated briefing on our proposals, to take place at one of our public exhibitions, please contact the project team on the number above and we can arrange this for you. The second phase of consultation closes on 10 February 2012 at 5pm and we must receive all your comments by this date. It is your chance to make your views on our proposals known so that we can take them into account before we finalise the design and publicise it before we formally submit our application for consent to construct the Thames Tunnel. Once again thank you for your time and I look forward to receiving your comments on our proposals. Yours sincerely

Phil Stride, Head of London Tideway Tunnels Thames Water

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Phase two consultation public exhibitions


Thurs 17-Sat 19 November 2011 London Rowing Club, Embankment, Putney, SW15 1LB (Thurs and Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Creekside Centre, 14 Creekside, Deptford, SE8 4SA (Thurs 2-8pm, Fri 2.30-8.30pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Mon 21-Wed 23 November 2011 WWT London Wetland Centre, Queen Elizabeths Walk, SW13 9WT (2-8pm) Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, 4 Battersea Park Road, SW8 4AA (2-8pm) Wed 23-Thurs 24 and Sat 26 November 2011 Glamis Estate Tenant's Hall, 414 Cable Street, E1 0AF (Wed-Thurs 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Thurs 24-Sat 26 November 2011 Beormund Community Centre, 177 Abbey Street, SE1 2AN (Thurs-Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Fri 25-Sat 26 November 2011 Chelsea Academy, Lots Road, SW10 0AB (Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Wed 30 November-Thurs 1 December 2011 Linden House, Upper Mall, Hammersmith, W6 9TA (2-8pm) The Royal Hospital Chelsea, Royal Hospital Road, SW3 4SR (2-8pm) Thurs 1-Sat 3 December 2011 The Worx, 10 Heathman's Road, Parsons Green, SW6 4TJ (Thurs-Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Mon 5-Wed 7 December 2011 London Transport Museum, Covent Garden Piazza, WC2E 7BB (2-8pm) John Scurr Community Centre, 1a Bekesbourne St, E14 7JQ (2-8pm) Mon 5-Tues 6 December 2011 Stratford Town Hall, 29 Broadway, Stratford, E15 4BQ (2-8pm) Wed 7-Thurs 8 December 2011 Vauxhall City Farm, 165 Tyers Street, SE11 5HS (10.30am-4.30pm) Thurs 8-Fri 9 December 2011 St Mark's Community Centre, 218 Tollgate Road, E6 5YA (2-8pm) Mon 12-Tues 13 December 2011 York Gardens Library and Community Centre, 34 Lavender Road, SW11 2UG (2-8pm) Mon 12-Wed 14 December 2011 Surrey Docks Watersports Centre, Rope Street, SE16 7SX (2-8pm) Mon 19-Wed 20 December 2011 Acton Scout Hut, Rugby Road, W4 1AT (3-8pm) Wed 18-Fri 20 January 2012 City Hall, The Queen's Walk, SE1 2AA (2-8pm)
Thames Water Utilities Limited Thames Tunnel Consultation, Freepost SCE9923, PO Box 522, Swindon, SN2 8LA www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk
Registered in England and Wales No. 2366661 Registered office Clearwater Court, Vastern Road, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 8DB

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Title; First Name; Surname Position Organisation Address 1 Address 2 Address 3 Address 4; Address 5

Thames Tunnel - Autumn 2011


Phone Email Our ref 0800 0721 086 thames.tunnel@thameswater.co.uk 100-CO-CP2-MULTI-000001

Dear [Title; Surname]

Thames Tunnel public consultation (phase two) 4 November 2011 10 February 2012
Since the last consultation we have made some important and significant changes to our plans. This has resulted in a refined and redesigned scheme. Phase two consultation will last for 14 weeks starting 4 November 2011 and ending 10 February 2012. We will be consulting directly with all those who have an interest in the land over and through which the project will be constructed or who may be affected by construction or operation of the tunnel. In addition we will be promoting our consultation and exhibitions through a number of activities, including London-wide and local media. We are committed to hearing the views of those potentially affected by the project. This consultation closes on 10 February 2012 and we must receive all your comments by the closing date. It is your chance to make your views on our proposals known so that we can take them into account before we finalise the design and publicise it prior to formally submitting our application for consent to construct the Thames Tunnel. Once again thank you for your time and I look forward to receiving your comments on our proposals. Yours sincerely

Phil Stride, Head of London Tideway Tunnels Thames Water

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Phase two consultation public exhibitions


Thurs 17-Sat 19 November 2011 London Rowing Club, Embankment, Putney, SW15 1LB (Thurs and Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Creekside Centre, 14 Creekside, Deptford, SE8 4SA (Thurs 2-8pm, Fri 2.30-8.30pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Mon 21-Wed 23 November 2011 WWT London Wetland Centre, Queen Elizabeths Walk, SW13 9WT (2-8pm) Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, 4 Battersea Park Road, SW8 4AA (2-8pm) Wed 23-Thurs 24 and Sat 26 November 2011 Glamis Estate Tenant's Hall, 414 Cable Street, E1 0AF (Wed-Thurs 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Thurs 24-Sat 26 November 2011 Beormund Community Centre, 177 Abbey Street, SE1 2AN (Thurs-Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Fri 25-Sat 26 November 2011 Chelsea Academy, Lots Road, SW10 0AB (Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Wed 30 November-Thurs 1 December 2011 Linden House, Upper Mall, Hammersmith, W6 9TA (2-8pm) The Royal Hospital Chelsea, Royal Hospital Road, SW3 4SR (2-8pm) Thurs 1-Sat 3 December 2011 The Worx, 10 Heathman's Road, Parsons Green, SW6 4TJ (Thurs-Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Mon 5-Wed 7 December 2011 London Transport Museum, Covent Garden Piazza, WC2E 7BB (2-8pm) John Scurr Community Centre, 1a Bekesbourne St, E14 7JQ (2-8pm) Mon 5-Tues 6 December 2011 Stratford Town Hall, 29 Broadway, Stratford, E15 4BQ (2-8pm) Wed 7-Thurs 8 December 2011 Vauxhall City Farm, 165 Tyers Street, SE11 5HS (10.30am-4.30pm) Thurs 8-Fri 9 December 2011 St Mark's Community Centre, 218 Tollgate Road, E6 5YA (2-8pm) Mon 12-Tues 13 December 2011 York Gardens Library and Community Centre, 34 Lavender Road, SW11 2UG (2-8pm) Mon 12-Wed 14 December 2011 Surrey Docks Watersports Centre, Rope Street, SE16 7SX (2-8pm) Mon 19-Wed 20 December 2011

Acton Scout Hut, Rugby Road, W4 1AT (3-8pm)

Wed 18-Fri 20 January 2012 City Hall, The Queen's Walk, SE1 2AA (2-8pm)

Thames Water Utilities Limited Thames Tunnel Consultation, Freepost SCE9923, PO Box 522, Swindon, SN2 8LA www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk
Registered in England and Wales No. 2366661 Registered office Clearwater Court, Vastern Road, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 8DB

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Title; First Name; Surname Position Organisation Address 1 Address 2 Address 3 Address 4; Address 5

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Phone Email Our ref 0800 0721 086 thames.tunnel@thameswater.co.uk 100-CO-CP2-MULTI-000001

Dear [Title; Surname]

Thames Tunnel public consultation (phase two) 4 November 2011 10 February 2012
Firstly I would like to thank you and your teams for working with us since our first phase of public consultation on the project. Since the last consultation we have made some important and significant changes to our plans. This has resulted in a refined and redesigned scheme. Phase two consultation will last for 14 weeks starting 4 November 2011 and ending 10 February 2012. We will be consulting directly with all those who have an interest in the land over and through which the project will be constructed or who may be affected by construction or operation of the tunnel. In addition we will be promoting our consultation and exhibitions through a number of activities, including London-wide and local media. We are committed to hearing the views of those potentially affected by the project. This consultation closes on 10 February 2012 and we must receive all your comments by the closing date. It is your chance to make your views on our proposals known so that we can take them into account before we finalise the design and publicise it prior to formally submitting our application for consent to construct the Thames Tunnel. Once again thank you for your time and I look forward to receiving your comments on our proposals. Yours sincerely

Phil Stride, Head of London Tideway Tunnels Thames Water

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Phase two consultation public exhibitions


Thurs 17-Sat 19 November 2011 London Rowing Club, Embankment, Putney, SW15 1LB (Thurs and Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Creekside Centre, 14 Creekside, Deptford, SE8 4SA (Thurs 2-8pm, Fri 2.30-8.30pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Mon 21-Wed 23 November 2011 WWT London Wetland Centre, Queen Elizabeths Walk, SW13 9WT (2-8pm) Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, 4 Battersea Park Road, SW8 4AA (2-8pm) Wed 23-Thurs 24 and Sat 26 November 2011 Glamis Estate Tenant's Hall, 414 Cable Street, E1 0AF (Wed-Thurs 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Thurs 24-Sat 26 November 2011 Beormund Community Centre, 177 Abbey Street, SE1 2AN (Thurs-Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Fri 25-Sat 26 November 2011 Chelsea Academy, Lots Road, SW10 0AB (Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Wed 30 November-Thurs 1 December 2011 Linden House, Upper Mall, Hammersmith, W6 9TA (2-8pm) The Royal Hospital Chelsea, Royal Hospital Road, SW3 4SR (2-8pm) Thurs 1-Sat 3 December 2011 The Worx, 10 Heathman's Road, Parsons Green, SW6 4TJ (Thurs-Fri 2-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm) Mon 5-Wed 7 December 2011 London Transport Museum, Covent Garden Piazza, WC2E 7BB (2-8pm) John Scurr Community Centre, 1a Bekesbourne St, E14 7JQ (2-8pm) Mon 5-Tues 6 December 2011 Stratford Town Hall, 29 Broadway, Stratford, E15 4BQ (2-8pm) Wed 7-Thurs 8 December 2011 Vauxhall City Farm, 165 Tyers Street, SE11 5HS (10.30am-4.30pm) Thurs 8-Fri 9 December 2011 St Mark's Community Centre, 218 Tollgate Road, E6 5YA (2-8pm) Mon 12-Tues 13 December 2011 York Gardens Library and Community Centre, 34 Lavender Road, SW11 2UG (2-8pm) Mon 12-Wed 14 December 2011 Surrey Docks Watersports Centre, Rope Street, SE16 7SX (2-8pm) Mon 19-Wed 20 December 2011 Acton Scout Hut, Rugby Road, W4 1AT (3-8pm) Wed 18-Fri 20 January 2012 City Hall, The Queen's Walk, SE1 2AA (2-8pm)
Thames Water Utilities Limited Thames Tunnel Consultation, Freepost SCE9923, PO Box 522, Swindon, SN2 8LA www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk
Registered in England and Wales No. 2366661 Registered office Clearwater Court, Vastern Road, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 8DB

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Your ref Our ref: Name Phone Fax E-Mail

100-CO-CMN-MULTI-000022 Phil Stride

Dear Sir/Madam Thames Tunnel public consultation (phase two) 4 November 2011 10 February 2012

Early in November we sent out letters to our statutory consultees, including the Chief Executives each relevant planning authority and neighbouring authorities, to notify them of our phase two public consultation of the Thames Tunnel. As an important stakeholder within your organisation we thought it would be prudent to alert you to the consultation and to ensure that you have received the relevant information you need to comment on our proposals Accordingly, please find enclosed a copy of our original letter (doc ref: 100-COCP2-MULTI-000001), including the list of public exhibitions and details of our website for your consideration.

Yours faithfully

Thames Water Utilities Limited The Point 7th Floor 37 North Wharf Road Paddington, London W2 1AF T 020 3147 7700 F 020 3147 7701 I www.thameswater.co.uk
Registered in England and Wales No. 2366661 Registered office Clearwater Court, Vastern Road, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 8DB

Phil Stride, Head of London Tideway Tunnels Thames Water


Enc: Thames Tunnel public consultation (phase two) 4 November 2011 10 February 2011 original letter

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Appendix G

Location of site notices

Main report on phase two consultation

100-RG-PNC-00000-900094| AA | 21 February 2012

Site Notices
Phase two consultation site notices and land referencing notices

Thames Tunnel Site notices


List of contents
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Executive summary ......................................................................................... 1 Introduction ...................................................................................................... 1 Site notices ....................................................................................................... 1 Land referencing notices................................................................................. 2 Notice content .................................................................................................. 2 Notice locations ............................................................................................... 2

Appendix A Example notice ................................................................................. A Appendix B Notice locations ................................................................................ B

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1.1.1

Executive summary
We are committed to an inclusive and meaningful pre-application consultation with the community, technical consultees and landowners. In accordance to our revised Statement of community consultation, site notices were displayed to publicise our Phase two consultation and to provide details of our proposals and local public exhibition dates for each of our preferred sites. Notices were also displayed as part of our land referencing process where it had not been possible to establish details of persons having a significant interest in land that may be affected by our proposals. Information on the content and locations of our notices displayed for the duration of our Phase two consultation is provided within the report and accompanying appendices.

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Introduction
Our Community consultation strategy (CCS) states the need to consult with the community, technical consultees and landowners during our preapplication process. This is to ensure these groups are informed of our proposals for the Thames Tunnel and have the opportunity to influence the scheme. Following feedback received during Phase one consultation, we wanted to improve the coverage of publicity for our proposals. We are committed to an inclusive and meaningful consultation process as well as responding to feedback. Consequently, in addition to the wide range of methods used to publicise our proposals during Phase one consultation, for Phase two consultation we also displayed site notices within the immediate vicinity of the proposed preferred sites. The report also accounts for the provision of notices for land referencing purposes where we had not been able to identify ownership details of land that might be affected by our proposals. The purpose of this report is to document the process for displaying notices publicising our Phase two consultation proposals, accounting for the location of each notice and date erected. The report stands as a record of how we have approached the provision of site and land referencing notices and should be read in conjunction with the Phase two consultation report and Section 37 report.

2.1.2

2.1.3

2.1.4

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Site notices
Our Statement of community consultation (SOCC) sets out how we intend to consult members of the public and local communities in the vicinity of the Thames Tunnel project. The original SOCC was published on 16th September 2010 at the start of our Phase one consultation, and a revised version was published on 4th November 2011 for Phase two consultation. Both SOCC versions were consulted on with the relevant local authorities and other stakeholders before publication. As the provision of site notices is not a statutory requirement under the Planning Act 2008, our original SOCC did not include proposals to display

3.1.2

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Site notices site notices as part of our Phase one consultation. In response to feedback received to improve the coverage of publicity of our proposals, our revised SOCC for Phase two consultation states that where possible we will display site notices and posters locally to the affected site in order to publicise our proposals. In addition, we recognise that at some sites the catchment area of those that may be affected or interested in our proposals extends beyond those living in the vicinity of the site, such as users of parks and other open spaces. The provision of site notices close to or on the curtilage of the preferred site, therefore, allows as many people as possible to be aware of our proposals and respond to Phase two consultation.

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Land referencing notices


In accordance with Section 44 of the Planning Act 2008, we have a statutory duty to consult with all persons having a significant interest in land that may be affected by our proposals. This requirement is reflected within our CCS, which states that for Phase two consultation, a comprehensive land referencing had been carried out of all property interests within 100m of our preferred sites as well as property interests that lie above and in the vicinity of the preferred tunnel route. Where it had not been possible to obtain land interest details through our land referencing procedures, which included obtaining Land Registry data and site visits, notices were erected in relation to the parcels of land where land interest details were unknown. Whilst the provision of notices for land referencing purposes is not a statutory requirement, they were erected in order to ensure every reasonable and practical measure possible had been employed to identify all land interests we may affect, as required under the Planning Act 2008.

4.1.2

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Notice content
Each notice displayed information of our proposals for the corresponding nearby site. Information publicised on each notice included a site location plan, summary of our proposed works and details of local exhibitions, as well as our consultation website address. No differentiation was made between the content of site notices and land referencing notices. In order to ensure an inclusive consultation of our proposals, and in accordance with best practice, each notice contained details for a telephone language interpreter. Notices also displayed a translation of this provision into the two or three most common languages, other than English, spoken in the area around our proposed sites as identified by the relevant local planning authority. Translations were only displayed on notices where such language information had been provided by the relevant Local Planning Authority (LPA). Please refer to Appendix A for an example copy of our notices.

5.1.2

5.1.3

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6.1.1

Notice locations
Site notices were erected for all Phase two consultation sites. The locations of the site notices were initially chosen using the professional
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Site notices

Site notices judgement of the planning team. The relevant LPAs were then advised of the proposed locations, with amendments made in response to comments received. Confirmation of the final site notice locations were received from all affected LPAs, with the exception of the London Borough of Greenwich, as well as Transport for London. Agreement was also sought from MI6 (CTSA) due to the proximity of this sensitive receptor to the Albert Embankment Foreshore site. 6.1.2 The majority of site notices were erected within the public highway or on land owned by the local authority. Whilst no response was received from Greenwich, these notices were only fixed on land within Thames Water ownership and, subsequently, no land owner consent was required. Site notices for Cremone Wharf and King Edward Memorial Park were also displayed within the local park notice boards, at the request of the relevant LPA. The location of notices for the purpose of land referencing was dependent on the parcels of land where land interest details were unknown. Notices were erected as close to these areas as possible at appropriate locations on the public highway. Land referencing notices were not required for all sites, and were erected for the following sites: 6.1.6 Acton Storm Tanks Hammersmith Pumping Station Barn Elms Dormay Street King Georges Park Victoria Embankment Foreshore Blackfriars Bridge Foreshore King Edward Memorial Park Foreshore Bekesboure Street Earl Pumping Station Deptford Church Street

6.1.3

6.1.4

6.1.5

All notices were removed following the end of Phase two consultation. Please refer to Appendix B for maps of all notice locations and photographs.

Site notices

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Appendix A Example notice

Appendix A Example notice

Site notices

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Appendix B Notice locations

Appendix B Notice locations B.1


B.1.1

Acton Storm Tanks


Notices publicising our proposed works at the Acton Storm Tanks site were erected on 10 November 2011. Site notices

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Thames Water Utilities

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

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Thames Water Utilities

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

Locations of Notices for Phase 2 Consultation Acton Storm Tanks Two

Appendix B Notice locations

Hammersmith Pumping Station


B.1.2 Notices publicising our proposed works at the Hammersmith Pumping Station site were erected on 9 and 10 November 2011. Site notices

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Thames Water Utilities

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

Locations of Notices for Phase 2 Consultation Hammersmith Pumping Station

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Thames Water Utilities

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title: Locations of Notices for Phase 2 Consultation Hammersmith Pumping Station Two

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

Appendix B Notice locations

B.2
B.2.1

Barn Elms
Notices publicising our proposed works at the Barn Elms site were erected on 9 and 10 November 2011. Site notices

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Thames Water Utilities

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

Locations of Notices for Phase 2 Consultation Barn Elms

Appendix B Notice locations

B.3
B.3.1

Putney Bridge Foreshore


Notices publicising our proposed works at the Putney Bridge Foreshore site were erected on 9 November 2011. Site notices

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Thames Water Utilities

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

Locations of Notices for Phase 2 Consultation Putney Bridge Foreshore

Appendix B Notice locations

B.4
B.4.1

Dormay Street
Notices publicising our proposed works at the Dormay Street site were erected on 9 and 10 November 2011. Site notices

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Thames Water Utilities

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

Locations of Notices for Phase 2 Consultation Dormay Street

Appendix B Notice locations

B.5
B.5.1

King Georges Park


Notices publicising our proposed works at the King Georges Park site were erected on 9 and 10 November 2011. Site notices

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Thames Water Utilities

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

Appendix B Notice locations

B.6
B.6.1

Carnwath Road Riverside


Notices publicising our proposed works at the Carnwath Road Riverside site were erected on 9 and 10 November 2011. Site notices

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The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

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The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

Locations of Notices for Phase 2 Consultation Carnwath Road Riverside Two

Appendix B Notice locations

B.7
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Falconbrook Pumping Station


Notices publicising our proposed works at the Falconbrook Pumping Station site were erected on 9 November 2011. Site notices

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Thames Water Utilities

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

Locations of Notices for Phase 2 Consultation Falconbrook Pumping Station

Appendix B Notice locations

B.8
B.8.1

Cremorne Wharf Depot


Notices publicising our proposed works at the Cremorne Wharf Depot site were erected on 4 and 11 November 2011. Site notices

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Thames Water Utilities

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

Locations of Notices for Phase 2 Consultation Cremorne Wharf Depot

Appendix B Notice locations

B.9
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Chelsea Embankment Foreshore


Notices publicising our proposed works at the Chelsea Embankment Foreshore site were erected on 11 November 2011. Site notices

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Thames Water Utilities

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

Locations of Notices for Phase 2 Consultation Chelsea Embankment Foreshore

Appendix B Notice locations

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Kirtling Street
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Thames Water Utilities

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

Locations of Notices for Phase 2 Consultation Kirtling Street

Appendix B Notice locations

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B.11.1

Heathwall Pumping Station


Notices publicising our proposed works at the Heathwall Pumping Station site were erected on 10 November 2011. Site notices

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Thames Water Utilities

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

Locations of Notices for Phase 2 Consultation Heathwall Pumping Station

Appendix B Notice locations

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B.12.1

Albert Embankment Foreshore


Notices publicising our proposed works at the Albert Embankment Foreshore site were erected on 9 and 16 November 2011. Site notices

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Map Ref : ............................ 1PL04-PN-00086 Date : .................................. 2012/02/13 Projection : .......................... British National Grid

Thames Water Utilities

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

Locations of Notices for Phase 2 Consultation Albert Embankment Foreshore

Appendix B Notice locations

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B.13.1

Victoria Embankment Foreshore


Notices publicising our proposed works at the Victoria Embankment Foreshore site were erected on 7 November 2011. Site notices

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Thames Water Utilities

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

Locations of Notices for Phase 2 Consultation Victoria Embankment Foreshore

Appendix B Notice locations

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B.14.1

Blackfriars Bridge Foreshore


Notices publicising our proposed works at the Blackfriars Bridge Foreshore site were erected on 8 November 2011. Site notices

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Thames Water Utilities

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

Locations of Notices for Phase 2 Consultation Blackfriars Bridge Foreshore

Appendix B Notice locations

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B.15.1

Shad Thames Pumping Station


Notices publicising our proposed works at the Shad Thames Pumping Station site were erected on 9 November 2011. Site notices

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Thames Water Utilities

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

Locations of Notices for Phase 2 Consultation Shad Thames Pumping Station

Appendix B Notice locations

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B.16.1

Chambers Wharf
Notices publicising our proposed works at the Chambers Wharf site were erected on 9 November 2011. Site notices

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Thames Water Utilities

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

Locations of Notices for Phase 2 Consultation Chambers Wharf

Appendix B Notice locations

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B.17.1

King Edward Memorial Park Foreshore


Notices publicising our proposed works at the King Edward Memorial Park Foreshore site were erected on 4 November 2011. The land referencing notices were erected on 11 November 2011. Site notices

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Thames Water Utilities

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

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Thames Water Utilities

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

Locations of Notices for Phase 2 Consultation King Edward Memorial Park Two

Appendix B Notice locations

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Bekesbourne Street
Notices publicising our proposed works at the Bekesbourne Street site were erected on 8 November 2011. The land referencing notices were erected 11 November 2011. Site notices

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Thames Water Utilities 3

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

Locations of Notices for Phase 2 Consultation Bekesbourne Street

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Thames Water Utilities

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

Locations of Notices for Phase 2 Consultation Bekesbourne Street Two

Appendix B Notice locations

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Earl Pumping Station


Notices publicising our proposed works at the Earl Pumping Station site were erected on 11 November 2011. Site notices

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Thames Water Utilities

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

Locations of Notices for Phase 2 Consultation Earl Pumping Station

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Thames Water Utilities 5

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

Locations of Notices for Phase 2 Consultation Earl Pumping Station Two

Appendix B Notice locations

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Deptford Church Street


Notices publicising our proposed works at the Deptford Church Street site were erected on 11November 2011. Site notices

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Thames Water Utilities

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

Locations of Notices for Phase 2 Consultation Deptford Church Street

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Thames Water Utilities

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

Locations of Notices for Phase 2 Consultation Deptford Church Street Two

Appendix B Notice locations

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Greenwich Pumping Station


Notices publicising our proposed works at the Greenwich Pumping Station site were erected on 8 November 2011. Site notices

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Thames Water Utilities

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

Locations of Notices for Phase 2 Consultation Greenwich Pumping Station

Appendix B Notice locations

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B.22.1

Abbey Mills Pumping Station


Notices publicising our proposed works at the Abbey Mills Pumping Station site were erected on 7 November 2011. Site notices

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Thames Water Utilities

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

Locations of Notices for Phase 2 Consultation Abbey Mills Pumping Station

Appendix B Notice locations

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B.23.1

Beckton Sewage Treatment Works


Notices publicising our proposed works at the Beckton Sewage Treatment Works site were erected on 7 November 2011. Site notices

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2 Thames Water Utilities

The Point, 7th Floor, 37 North Wharf Road, Paddington, London W2 1AF

Title:

This is an indicative working draft plan which has been produced for the purpose of confidential discussions only. Accordingly, the draft plan must not be copied, distributed or shown to any third party without the express written permission of Thames Water Utilities Limited. It provides an indication of sites that, following discussions with local authorities and other stakeholders, may be confirmed as being on the shortlist of construction sites for the proposed Thames Tunnel. Inclusion of a site on this draft plan should not be taken to mean that such site will be selected as a construction site to form part of the Thames Tunnel scheme.

Locations of Notices for Phase 2 Consultation Beckton STW

Appendix H

Leaflets

Main report on phase two consultation

Proposed major construction in your area


The Thames Tunnel is urgently needed to help tackle the 39 million tonnes of untreated sewage which overflows into the River Thames in an average year, when Londons Victorian sewerage system becomes overloaded.

Following our phase one consultation, weve revised our plans for the proposed Thames Tunnel.
Come along to our drop-in sessions to find out whats proposed in your local area and have your say.

Public exhibition

19 20 December 2011

Acton Scout Hut Rugby Rd (between Hatfield and Canham Rds) Acton, W4 1AT 2pm 8pm Phase two of our consultation closes on 10 February 2012 at 5pm. For further information or to give your feedback online visit www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk

Thames Tunnel

Acton Storm Tanks

When work is completed...


Aerial view of how the completed works at Acton Storm Tanks might look. We are proposing to use parts of our existing pumping station and storm water tanks site (Acton Storm Tanks) for construction work and to accommodate a permanent building and structures required to operate the main tunnel. The site would receive the main tunnel from Carnwath Road Riverside and connect the existing local combined sewer overflow (CSO), known as the Acton Storm Relief CSO, to the main tunnel.

Figure 3C: Aerial view of the completed works

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Thames Tunnel

Proposed major construction in your area


The Thames Tunnel is urgently needed to help tackle the 39 million tonnes of untreated sewage which overflows into the River Thames in an average year, when Londons Victorian sewerage system becomes overloaded.

Following our phase one consultation, weve revised our plans for the proposed Thames Tunnel.
Come along to our drop-in session to find out whats proposed in your local area and have your say.

Public exhibition

2123 November 2011

Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, 4 Battersea Park Rd ( Entry through main gate) SW8 4AA 2 8pm Phase two of our consultation closes on 10 February 2012 at 5pm. For further information or to give your feedback online visit www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk

Thames Tunnel

Kirtling Street

Heathwall Pumping Station

Figures 3A and 3B provide illustrations of our design proposals. Further information on the development of our design can be found in the Design development report.

Related documents: Design

When work is completed...

Aerial view of how the completed works at Heathwall Pumping Station might look. Work is required to connect two existing combined sewer overflows (CSOs), known as 22 Heathwall Pumping Station and South West Storm Relief CSOs, to the main tunnel.

Figure 3C: Aerial view of the completed works

Aerial view of how the completed works at Kirtling Street 24 might look. Work is required to drive the main tunnel in two directions to Chambers Wharf and to Carnwath Road Riverside.

Figure 3A: Aerial view of the completed works

Thames Tunnel

Proposed major construction in your area


The Thames Tunnel is urgently needed to help tackle the 39 million tonnes of untreated sewage which overflows into the River Thames in an average year, when Londons Victorian sewerage system becomes overloaded.

Following our phase one consultation, weve revised our plans for the proposed Thames Tunnel.
Come along to our drop-in sessions to find out whats proposed in your local area and have your say.

Public exhibition

24 26 November 2011

Beormund Community Centre 177 Abbey Street, SE1 2AN 24 and 25 November 2pm 8pm 26 November 10am 4pm Phase two of our consultation closes on 10 February 2012 at 5pm. For further information or to give your feedback online visit www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk

Thames Tunnel

When work is completed...

Aerial view of how the completed works at Chambers Wharf might look. Work is required to drive the main tunnel to Abbey Mills Pumping Station (Stratford) and receive the main tunnel from Kirtling Street (Battersea); and to connect 26 three existing local combined sewer overflows (CSOs) to the main tunnel via a long connection tunnel. The three CSOs are known as Greenwich Pumping Station, Deptford Church Street and Earl Pumping Station, and the long connection tunnel is known as the Greenwich connection tunnel.

Figure 3C: Aerial view of the completed works

Work is required to control the existing combined sewer overflow (CSO), known as the Shad Thames Pumping Station CSO, which currently discharges untreated sewage into the River Thames. In order to deliver the project we are proposing to use parts of our existing pumping station (see above) for this construction work and permanent structures required to control the CSO.

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Proposed major construction in your area


The Thames Tunnel is urgently needed to help tackle the 39 million tonnes of untreated sewage which overflows into the River Thames in an average year, when Londons Victorian sewerage system becomes overloaded.

Following our phase one consultation, weve revised our plans for the proposed Thames Tunnel.
Come along to our drop-in session to find out whats proposed in your local area and have your say.

Public exhibition

1719 November 2011

Creekside Centre, 14 Creekside, Deptford, SE8 4SA Thurs 2 8pm Fri 2.30 8.30pm Sat 10am 4pm Phase two of our consultation closes on 10 February 2012 at 5pm. For further information or to give your feedback online visit www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk

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Deptford Church Street

Greenwich Pumping Station

When work is completed...

Aerial view of how the completed works at Deptford Church Street might look. Work is required to connect the existing local combined sewer overflow (CSO), known as the Deptford Storm Relief CSO, to the main tunnel via a long connection 22 tunnel, known as the Greenwich connection tunnel.

Figure 3C: Aerial view of the completed works

Figure 3C: AerialAerial view ofof completed the completed works at Greenwich view the how works Pumping Station might look. Work is required to drive a connection tunnel to the proposed shaft at Chambers Wharf and then connect the existing22 local combined sewer overflow (CSO), known as the Greenwich Pumping Station CSO to the Greenwich connection tunnel. This would then direct flows into the main tunnel.

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Proposed major construction in your area


The Thames Tunnel is urgently needed to help tackle the 39 million tonnes of untreated sewage which overflows into the River Thames in an average year, when Londons Victorian sewerage system becomes overloaded.

Following our phase one consultation, weve revised our plans for the proposed Thames Tunnel.
Come along to our drop-in sessions to find out whats proposed in your local area and have your say.

Public exhibition

23, 24 and 26 November 2011


Glamis Estate Tenants Hall
414 Cable Street (corner of Cable St & Glamis Rd), E1 0AF 23 and 24 November 2pm 8pm 26 November 10am 4pm Phase two of our consultation closes on 10 February 2012 at 5pm. For further information or to give your feedback online visit www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk

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Ten things you might not know about our proposals for tackling the combined sewer overflow (CSO) under King Edward Memorial Park
1. The North East Storm Relief sewer,
underneath King Edward Memorial Park, is one of Londons most polluting CSOs. In an average year it discharges 780,000 tonnes (312 Olympic swimming pools) of untreated sewage into the River Thames.

King Edward Memorial Park Foreshore

5. The Heckford Street option would

need two construction sites as opposed to one. A site would still be needed in the park to intercept the CSO, directly beneath it.

6. Having two sites would mean more

2. We have listened carefully to feedback

from our first phase of consultation. Our revised proposals require a significantly smaller construction site in the foreshore. The proposed ventilation columns are smaller and we 7. The Heckford Street option means have removed altogether the need for we would not be able to use the river a permanent building. for transporting materials. We would 3. Our proposed construction access require 6,000 lorry visits just for bulk is now from Glamis Road. After the excavated materials compared to the construction works are completed, this 2,100 needed for the King Edward access would remain and would offer Memorial Park Foreshore option. an improved route for the Thames Path 8. For the Heckford Street option to and better integration with the park. work, tunnels would have to pass 4. Having the shaft site on the foreshore underneath significantly more means we could increase the size properties. An additional connection tunnel would be required at a much of the park in the long-term by over 2,000m2 and provide better access to shallower depth. the river. 9. The Heckford Street option would involve the demolition of a business park and threaten 100 jobs.

overall disruption for local residents, park users and the wider community. The Heckford Street option would still involve using 1,000m2 of non-paved (green) areas of the park compared to 1,450m2 under the foreshore option.

Aerial view of how the completed works at King Edward Memorial Park Foreshore might look. We are proposing to use the foreshore of the River Thames adjacent to King Edward Memorial Park for construction30 work, and to accommodate permanent structures required to operate the main tunnel. The site would be used to connect the existing local CSO, known as the North East Storm Relief CSO, to the main tunnel. An area within King Edward Memorial Park would also be used temporarily for our construction works.

Figure 3E: Aerial view of the completed works

10. The Heckford Street site is closer to

residential and commercial buildings.

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Proposed major construction in your area


The Thames Tunnel is urgently needed to help tackle the 39 million tonnes of untreated sewage which overflows into the River Thames in an average year, when Londons Victorian sewerage system becomes overloaded.

Following our phase one consultation, weve revised our plans for the proposed Thames Tunnel.
Come along to our drop-in sessions to find out whats proposed in your local area and have your say.

Public exhibition

5 7 December 2011

John Scurr Community Centre 1a Bekesbourne St, E14 7JQ 2pm 8pm Phase two of our consultation closes on 10 February 2012 at 5pm. For further information or to give your feedback online visit www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk

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Introduction

Draft limit of land to be acquired or used Existing sewer Phase one consultation preferred site Butcher Row

Commercial Road

Bekesbourne Street

Limehouse Station Ratcliffe Lane TOWER HAMLETS

Location plan of how works at Bekesbourne Street might look. Work is required to control the existing local combined sewer overflow, known as the Holloway Storm Relief CSO, which currently discharges over half a million tonnes of sewage into the River Thames each year. Sites would be needed at Bekesbourne Street and Ratcliffe Road.

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Figure 1A: Bekesbourne Street and Butcher Row location plan

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Proposed major construction in your area


The Thames Tunnel is urgently needed to help tackle the 39 million tonnes of untreated sewage which overflows into the River Thames in an average year, when Londons Victorian sewerage system becomes overloaded.

Following our phase one consultation, weve revised our plans for the proposed Thames Tunnel.
Come along to our drop-in sessions to find out whats proposed in your local area and have your say.

Public exhibition

30 November 1 December 2011


Linden House Upper Mall, Hammersmith, W6 9TA 2pm 8pm The Royal Hospital Chelsea Royal Hospital Road, SW3 4SR (Entry through London Gate) 2pm 8pm Phase two of our consultation closes on 10 February 2012 at 5pm. For further information or to give your feedback online visit www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk

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Chelsea Embankment Foreshore

Hammersmith Pumping Station

When work is completed...

Figure 3C: Aerial view of the completed works

Aerial view of how the completed works at Chelsea Embankment might look. Work is required to intercept the existing local combined sewer overflow (CSO), known as the Ranelagh CSO and to construct a connection to the existing northern Low Level Sewer No.1 to divert flows to the main tunnel. 24 We want to use the foreshore of the River Thames, opposite the Bull Ring Gates of the Royal Hospital Chelsea, a section of Chelsea Embankment (A3212) and part of the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea for this construction work and to accommodate permanent structures required to operate the main tunnel.

Aerial view of how the completed works at Hammersmith Pumping Station might look. Work is required to connect the existing local combined sewer overflow (CSO), known as the 22 Hammersmith Pumping Station CSO, to the main tunnel.

Figure 3C: Aerial view of the completed works

Thames Tunnel

Proposed major construction in your area


The Thames Tunnel is urgently needed to help tackle the 39 million tonnes of untreated sewage which overflows into the River Thames in an average year, when Londons Victorian sewerage system becomes overloaded.

Following our phase one consultation, weve revised our plans for the proposed Thames Tunnel.
Come along to our drop-in session to find out whats proposed in your local area and have your say.

Public exhibition

1719 November 2011

London Rowing Club Embankment, Putney, SW15 1LB Thurs and Fri 2 8pm Sat 10am 4pm Phase two of our consultation closes on 10 February 2012 at 5pm. For further information or to give your feedback online visit www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk

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Putney Bridge Foreshore

Barn Elms

When work is completed...

Aerial view of how the completed works at Putney Bridge Foreshore might look. Work is required to connect the existing local combined sewer24 overflow (CSO), known as the Putney Bridge CSO, to the main tunnel.

Figure 3C: Aerial view of the completed works

Aerial view of how the completed works at Barn Elms might look. Work is required to connect the existing local combined sewer overflow (CSO), known as the West Putney Storm Relief CSO, to the main22 tunnel.

Figure 3C: Aerial view of the completed works

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Proposed major construction in your area


The Thames Tunnel is urgently needed to help tackle the 39 million tonnes of untreated sewage which overflows into the River Thames in an average year, when Londons Victorian sewerage system becomes overloaded.

Following our phase one consultation, weve revised our plans for the proposed Thames Tunnel.
Come along to our drop-in sessions to find out whats proposed in your local area and have your say.

Public exhibition

15 16 December 2011

Parsons Green Sports & Social Club Broomhouse Lane, Fulham, SW6 3DP 2pm 8pm Phase two of our consultation closes on 10 February 2012 at 5pm. For further information or to give your feedback online visit www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk

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Carnwath Road Riverside

When work is completed...


Aerial view of how the completed works at Carnwath Road Riverside might look. The site would be used to drive the main tunnel to Acton Storm Tanks and receive the main tunnel from Kirtling Street (Battersea). We also need a worksite to receive a long connection tunnel, driven from Dormay Street (Wandsworth) and known as the Frogmore connection tunnel, which connects the existing local CSOs at Dormay Street and King Georges Park to the main tunnel. We want to use the land to the south of Carnwath Road and in the foreshore of the River Thames for this construction work and to accommodate permanent building and structures required to operate the main tunnel.

Figure 3C: Aerial view of the completed works

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Proposed major construction in your area


The Thames Tunnel is urgently needed to help tackle the 39 million tonnes of untreated sewage which overflows into the River Thames in an average year, when Londons Victorian sewerage system becomes overloaded.

Following our phase one consultation, weve revised our plans for the proposed Thames Tunnel.
Come along to our drop-in sessions to find out whats proposed in your local area and have your say.

Public exhibition

8 9 December 2011

St Marks Community Centre Tollgate Rd, Beckton,E6 5YA 2pm 8pm Phase two of our consultation closes on 10 February 2012 at 5pm. For further information or to give your feedback online visit www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk

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When work is completed...


We need to carry out new works at Beckton Sewage Treatment Works to allow the additional sewage flows from the Thames Tunnel arriving via the Lee Tunnel to be pumped out. The works would be contained within the boundary of Beckton Sewage Treatment Works, which is located on the north bank of the River Thames. The River Roding (Barking Creek) is to the east of the site and to the west a mixture of business parks and retail parks on Armada Way. The works would be carried out on two sites within Beckton Sewage Treatment Works.

Thames Tunnel

Proposed major construction in your area


The Thames Tunnel is urgently needed to help tackle the 39 million tonnes of untreated sewage which overflows into the River Thames in an average year, when Londons Victorian sewerage system becomes overloaded.

Following our phase one consultation, weve revised our plans for the proposed Thames Tunnel.
Come along to our drop-in sessions to find out whats proposed in your local area and have your say.

Public exhibition

5 6 December 2011

Stratford Town Hall 29 The Broadway, E15 4BQ 2pm 8pm Phase two of our consultation closes on 10 February 2012 at 5pm. For further information or to give your feedback online visit www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk

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Future use
Figures 3A and 3B provide illustrations of our design proposals. Further information on the development of our design can be found in the Design development report.

Related documents: Design

When work is completed...

Aerial view of how the completed works at Abbey Mills Pumping Station might look. We want to use the southern and western part of our existing Abbey Mills Pumping Station site for construction work, to receive a tunnel boring machine from Chambers Wharf and to connect the Thames Tunnel into the Lee Tunnel.

Future use

Figure 3A: Aerial view of the completed works

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Proposed major construction in your area


The Thames Tunnel is urgently needed to help tackle the 39 million tonnes of untreated sewage which overflows into the River Thames in an average year, when Londons Victorian sewerage system becomes overloaded.

Following our phase one consultation, weve revised our plans for the proposed Thames Tunnel.
Come along to our drop-in sessions to find out whats proposed in your local area and have your say.

Public exhibition

12 14 December 2011

Surrey Docks Watersports Centre Rope St, SE16 7SX 2pm 8pm Phase two of our consultation closes on 10 February 2012 at 5pm. For further information or to give your feedback online visit www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk

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Earl Pumping Station

When work is completed...


Aerial view of how the completed works at Earl Pumping Station might look. We are proposing to use our existing pumping station and adjacent industrial land for construction work and to accommodate permanent structures required to operate the main tunnel. The site would be used to connect the existing local combined sewer overflow (CSO), known as the Earl Pumping Station CSO, to the main tunnel via a long connection tunnel, known as the Greenwich connection tunnel.

Figure 3C: Aerial view of the completed works

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Proposed major construction in your area


The Thames Tunnel is urgently needed to help tackle the 39 million tonnes of untreated sewage which overflows into the River Thames in an average year, when Londons Victorian sewerage system becomes overloaded.

Following our phase one consultation, weve revised our plans for the proposed Thames Tunnel.
Come along to our drop-in sessions to find out whats proposed in your local area and have your say.

Public exhibition

1 3 December 2011

The Worx 10 Heathmans Road, Parsons Green, SW6 4TJ 1 and 2 December 2pm 8pm 3 December 10am 4pm Phase two of our consultation closes on 10 February 2012 at 5pm. For further information or to give your feedback online visit www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk

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Carnwath Road Riverside

When work is completed...


Aerial view of how the completed works at Carnwath Road Riverside might look. The site would be used to drive the main tunnel to Acton Storm Tanks and receive the main tunnel from Kirtling Street (Battersea). We also need a worksite to receive a long connection tunnel, driven from Dormay Street (Wandsworth) and known as the Frogmore connection tunnel, which connects the existing local CSOs at Dormay Street and King Georges Park to the main tunnel. We want to use the land to the south of Carnwath Road and in the foreshore of the River Thames for this construction work and to accommodate permanent building and structures required to operate the main tunnel.

Figure 3C: Aerial view of the completed works

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Proposed major construction in your area


The Thames Tunnel is urgently needed to help tackle the 39 million tonnes of untreated sewage which overflows into the River Thames in an average year, when Londons Victorian sewerage system becomes overloaded.

Following our phase one consultation, weve revised our plans for the proposed Thames Tunnel.
Come along to our drop-in sessions to find out whats proposed in your local area and have your say.

Public exhibition

7 8 December 2011

Vauxhall City Farm 165 Tyers Street, SE11 5HS 10.30am 8pm Phase two of our consultation closes on 10 February 2012 at 5pm. For further information or to give your feedback online visit www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk

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Albert Embankment Foreshore

When work is completed...

Figure 3F: Aerial view of the completed works (south of Vauxhall Bridge)

Figure 3E: Aerial view of the completed works (north of Vauxhall Bridge)

Aerial view of how the completed works at Albert Embankment Foreshore would look. We want to use the foreshore of the River Thames adjacent to Albert Embankment for construction work and to 24 accommodate permanent structures required to operate the Thames Tunnel. The site would be used to 25 connect the existing local combined sewer overflows (CSOs), known as the Clapham Storm Relief CSO and Brixton Storm Relief CSO to our tunnel. These CSOs currently discharge approximately 280,000 tonnes of untreated sewage into the River Thames in an average year.

Thames Tunnel

Proposed major construction in your area


The Thames Tunnel is urgently needed to help tackle the 39 million tonnes of untreated sewage which overflows into the River Thames in an average year, when Londons Victorian sewerage system becomes overloaded.

Following our phase one consultation, weve revised our plans for the proposed Thames Tunnel.
Come along to our drop-in session to find out whats proposed in your local area and have your say.

Public exhibition

2123 November 2011

WWT London Wetland Centre, Queen Elizabeths Walk, SW13 9WT 2 8pm Phase two of our consultation closes on 10 February 2012 at 5pm. For further information or to give your feedback online visit www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk

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Barn Elms
When work is completed...

Aerial view of how the completed works at Barn Elms might look. Work is required to connect the existing local combined sewer overflow (CSO), known as the West Putney Storm Relief CSO, to the main tunnel.
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Figure 3C: Aerial view of the completed works

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Proposed major construction in your area


The Thames Tunnel is urgently needed to help tackle the 39 million tonnes of untreated sewage which overflows into the River Thames in an average year, when Londons Victorian sewerage system becomes overloaded.

Following our phase one consultation, weve revised our plans for the proposed Thames Tunnel.
Come along to our drop-in sessions to find out whats proposed in your local area and have your say.

Public exhibition

12 13 December 2011

York Gardens Library and Community Centre 34 Lavender Rd, SW11 2UG 2pm 8pm Phase two of our consultation closes on 10 February 2012 at 5pm. For further information or to give your feedback online visit www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk

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Dormay Street

King Georges Park

Falconbrook Pumping Station

When work is completed...

Aerial view of how the completed works at Dormay Street might look. We are proposing to use land off Dormay Street for construction work and to accommodate permanent structures required to operate the main tunnel. The site would be used to connect the existing local combined sewer overflow (CSO), known as the Frogmore Storm Relief Bell Lane Creek CSO, to the main tunnel. We also need a worksite from which to drive a long connection tunnel southwards to King Georges Park and northwards to Carnwath Road Riverside to connect the CSOs at Dormay Street and King Georges Park to the main tunnel. The long connection tunnel is known as the Frogmore connection tunnel.
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Figure 3C: Aerial view of the completed works

Aerial view of how the completed works at King Georges Park might look. We are proposing to use the northern corner of King Georges Park for construction work and to accommodate permanent structures required to operate the main tunnel. The site would be used to connect the existing local combine sewer overflow (CSO), known as Frogmore Storm Relief Buckhold Road CSO, to the main tunnel via a long connection tunnel, known as the Frogmore connection tunnel. We also need a worksite to receive the Frogmore connection tunnel, which is being driven from Dormay Street.
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Figure 3C: Aerial view of the completed works

Figure 3C: Aerial view of the completed works

Aerial view of how the completed works at Falconbrook Pumping Station might look. We want to use our existing pumping station and adjacent disused toilet block for construction work and to accommodate permanent structures required to operate the main tunnel. The site would be used to connect the existing local combined sewer overflow (CSO), known as the Falconbrook Pumping Station CSO, to the main tunnel.
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Appendix I

Methodology and output from Community Audit

Main report on phase two consultation

Appendix I Methodology and output from Community Stakeholder Audit


1.1
1.1.1

Methodology
Thames Water carried out a community stakeholder audit, identifying and documenting the details of organisations based near or operating in the vicinity of the preferred alignment option. The audit spanned 14 London Planning Authorities i.e., those which contain any preferred site. This audit was aimed at creating a database of potentially interested parties, who would not otherwise appear on statutory consultee lists. The objective was to locate as many relevant third sector organisations and business groups as possible, so as to involve them in the consultation around Thames Tunnel. The types of organisations located varied from residents groups, who would have a very local interest, interest groups whose remit would cover large swathes of the river and Local Strategic Partnerships with a borough wide interest, who would be accustomed to engaging in the planning process. In general, organisations were classified as follows, with some groups falling into more than one classification: a. Local Strategic Partnership b. BAME groups (borough wide and regional) c. Faith groups (borough wide and regional) d. Local interest groups (within consultation zone) e. Residents associations (within consultation zone) f. Regeneration partnerships (within consultation zone) g. Educational institutions (within consultation zone) h. Other potentially relevant groups and services

1.1.2

1.1.3

1.1.4

The search for places of worship was qualified as below, to ensure that the contact details collected in the audit were of value to the consultation process: a. Places of worship (including small parish churches etc) are included only if they lie within the consultation zone. The reason behind contacting them would then be the chance of any localised impacts upon their premises or their congregations. E.g., St Saviour's Church, St Georges Square in Westminster. b. Include faith groups or forums or wide ranging institutions if they lie within the borough and may potentially play a role in the religious or cultural life of the residents of the consultation zone. Professional

judgement should be used to gauge if this is the case. E.g. Westminster Bahai Community.

1.2
1.2.1

Research Sources and Checklist


Research sources and the audit checklist for identifying community stakeholders are outlined below: a. Check Site Suitability Report (SSR) for interest groups; get contact details (postal addresses only, wherever possible.) b. Check the latest record of consultation with the relevant Local Planning Authority (LPA). Get contact details of any neighbourhood groups / other groups mentioned by LPA or any other stakeholder. c. Get Local Strategic Partnership and / or LPA area forum and / or Ward Assembly details from LPA website. They will usually have a lead officer named.

d. Check the LPAs Statement of Community Involvement for references to relevant local organisations; refer to consultation feedback indices, if available. e. Find online Community and Voluntary Sector (CVS) forum page for each LPA. Note contact details of all organisations: i ii Operating near the site (see postcode, ward boundaries, check GIS map). Define near as within a ward / within a postcode That may have an interest in the site based on the nature of the organisation

f.

If CVS database is too extensive i ii iii Search by names of gardens, parks, open spaces / business support groups Search by neighbourhood (get neighbourhood name from socioeconomic profile in SSR) Search by postcode

g. Google Blog search site name. h. For open spaces, see if Groundwork active on / around the site http://www.groundwork-london.org.uk/yourarea or the Park User Group i. If CVS database does not provide enough information, go to LPA website lists of community organisations active in the area, if available residents associations, business associations, play groups, etc. Based on site description in SSR, get contact details of organisations likely to be interested in use of the site.

j.

In comments column, note is the group active? Up to date information on website? News pieces? Good search engine? [At a later stage step 10 was discontinued, as inactive groups were removed from the database as far as possible.]

Company 1 Cheyne Walk Residents Association 1st East Putney Scout Group 2000 Community Action Centre 38th London Girls Brigade Company 4th Kensington Scout Group Aaina Women's Group (Asian Women's Association) Aayatiin Foundation For Relief and Development (AFFORD) ABANTU for Development Abbaal Community Development Organisation Abbeyfield Estate Tenants & Residents Association Abbots Manor Tenants' Association AC Action For Community And Youth Ackroyd Community Centre Action For Community Development Action Group for Ethiopians in Ealing Active Horizons Acton Alliance Acton History Group Acton Vale Community Centre Adams and Palmer Limited Adams Gardens Tenants & Residents Association Adult Health and Well-being Advanturous Muslim Summer Camp Advocacy for Older People in Greenwich Advocacy in Greenwich Afghan Academy Afghan Council UK Supplementary School Africa Advocacy Foundation Africa Centre Africa Foundation for Development Africa Policy Research Network Africa Smile African Caribbean Initiative African Community Development Foundation African Peoples Link Ltd African Refugee Community Health and Research Organisation African Women Welfare Association African Womens Forum Afrikaans Protestant Church in England and Wales Afro-Euro Cultural Link Agape Arabic Christian Centre Age Concern Greenwich Age Concern Hammersmith & Fulham Age Concern Hounslow Age Concern Lambeth Age Concern Newham Age Concern Southwark - Bermondsey Age Concern Wandsworth AGE Exchange

Company Ahmadiyya Muslim Association Ahmadiyya Muslim Association UK Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK (Battersea And Clapham) AHOY Centre Aid Fund For Africans Al Hasaniya Moroccan Women's Centre Albanian Association of Surrey and SE London Albion House Residents Association Albion Primary School Alfred Salter Primary School Al-Huda Cultural Centre and Mosque All Hallows - Bromley by Bow All Hallows-by-the-Tower All Saints C of E Primary School All Saints' C of E School All Saints Church All Saints Church Battersea Park All Saints Church Fulham Alley Tenants And Residents' Association Al-Muntada Girls' Secondary School Alphabet Square Residents Association Alzheimers Concern Ealing Alzheimers Society Alzheimer's Society Alzheimer's Society - South West London Office Alzheimer's Society H & F Alzheimer's Society Lambeth Branch Amardeep Hindi Weekly Ambedkar International Mission Ancient Monuments Trust Ltd Angling Trust Anglo-Portuguese Society Angolan Civic Communities Alliance Angolan Cultural Community Anti-Slavery Library APASENTH Apna Centre-Careways Ltd Arab Group in Hounslow and the Suburbs Arab-British Centre Limited Arabic Language Society Archbishop Tenison's School Arndale Residents Association Arnold Estate Tenants and Residents Association(Druid Street) Arts Educational Schools Arya Samaj London Ashburnham Community Primary School Ashburnham Triangle Association Ashra-Asian Carers Project Asian Centre

Company Asian Centre for Advice and Learning Asian Family Counselling Services Association for the propagation of the Faith Association of Interchurch Families Association Of Residents In Sands End (ARISE) Association of River Trusts Association of Russian Speaking Communities (YALTA) Association of Somali Women & Children (Aswac) Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain Association of Waterloo Groups Assyrian Cultural and Advice Centre Auriol Kensington Rowing Club BACC Tenants & Residents Association Bacon's College Bahai Community of Ealing Bakiga Cultural Heritage Foundation Balham And Tooting Community Association Bangladesh Centre Bangladeshi Community Group Bankside Open Spaces Trust Bankside Residents Forum Bankside Urban Forest Banooda Aid Foundation Barclay Close Residents And Tenants Association Barclay Road Residents' Association Barm Elms Rowing Club Barn Elms Sports Centre Barnes Community Association Barton House Tenants' And Residents' Association Bat Conservation Trust Battersea Fields Residents' Organisation Battersea Park School Battersea Power Station Battersea Power Station Community Group Battersea Reach Residents' Association Battersea Seventh Day Adventist Church Battersea Society Bearspace Gallery Beautiful Feet Community Outreach Beckton Activities Centre Beckton Globe Library Bedford Park Conservation Area Panel Bedford Park Society Bedford Park Society Bellerby's College Belmont Primary School Benbow House Residents Limited Bengali Community Development Project Bengali Institute

Company Bengali Social And Cultural Association Bengali Women's Group Beormund Community Centre Berger & Poplar Baptist Tabernacle Bermondsey & Rotherhithe Development Partnership Bermondsey Street Area Partnership Bermondsey Street Tenants Association Better Bankside Bevis Marks Synagogue Bhavan Centre Bishop Challoner Catholic Collegiate School Bishop Challoner R C Comprehensive Girls School Bishop Creighton House Settlement Bishop Ho Ming Wah Association Bishops Mansions Limited Bishops Park Conservation And Improvements Group Bishops Park Co-ordinating Group BISML - Bishops Mansions Limited Bish Black and Ethnic Minority Community Care Forum Black Unity Forum Blind Independence Greenwich Blue Gates Field Infant School BME Community Help and Development Centre Body Action Campaign Bonneville Centre Borough Partnership Bosco Centre - day nursery, youth club, after school club & colleage for 16-18 year olds Bosnia & Herzegovina Community Advice Centre Bowhaven (Centre for mental health services) BRAC UK Brackenbury Residents Association Brandlehow School Kew Bridge - Thames Explorer Trust Brickfields Christian Centre Brightwells And Lowlands Tenants' And Residents' Association Britannia Road Residents Association British Arab Resource Centre British Education Support Trust British Federation Of Women Graduates British Lebanese Association British Rowing British Safety Council British Tunnelling Society British Waterways Bromley-By-Bow Church in Community Brompton Park Residents Association Brook Green Association Brook Green Association

Company Brunswick & Dalkeith Residents' Association Bulldog Trust Burmese Support Group Cameroon Action for Aids Welfare and Return Home Campaign for the Protection of Rural England Canada Estate Tenants Association Canning Town Muslim Trust Canoe England Caribbean African Association in Hounslow Caribbean Hindu Society CARMRA Clem Attlee Residents' Association Carnwath House Tenants' And Residents' Association Cathnor Park Area Action Group Cavendish School Cayley Primary School Central Eltham Youth Project Central London Forward Central Synagogue Centre for Armenian Info & Advice Centre for Armenian Information and Advice Centre for Filipinos Charlotte Turner Supplementary School Charlton and Blackheath Christian Fellowship Chelsea Adventure Playground (Kidsactive) Chelsea College of Art and Design Chelsea Harbour Residents' Association Chelsea Old Church Chelsea Physic Garden Chelsea Reach Residents' Association Chelsea Society Chelsea Yacht and Boat Company Ltd Chelsea Youth Club Ltd Cherry Gardens Tenants & Residents Association Cheyne Child Development Service Cheyne Walk Trust Chinese Association of Tower Hamlets Chinese Domiciliary Care Service Chiswick Parish Church Chiswick Parochial Charities Chiswick Pier Canoe Club Chiswick Pier Trust Christ Apostolic Church Christ Church Christ Life Mission Church Christian Care Centre Christian Community in London Ltd Christian Faith Revival Centre Aka Faith Life Ministries Christian Healing Mission Christian Medical Fellowship

Company Church Commissioners for England Church Manor Community Group Church Of Christ Church Of The Nazarene Churches Together in Britain and Ireland Churches Together in Brixton Churches Together in Clapham Churchill Gardens Lessees' Association Cicely Northcote Trust City College of Technology City Heritage Society City Hope Church City of London Community Centre City of London Youth Hostel Association City Temple (United Reformed Church) Clapham Society Clara Grant Primary School Clays Lane Advice & Training Centre Clean Rivers Trust Clem Attlee Tenants' Association Clockhouse Community Centre Association Colebrook Social, Cultural & Welfare Association College of Arms Columbian Missionary Society Commission for Architecture & Built Environment Community Action Southwark Community Advocacy Services Community and Voluntary Sector Association H&F Community Consortium Against Poverty Community Engagement Team Community Integration Project Community Interpreting Translation & Access Services (CITAS) Community Rehabilitation Team Company of Watermen & Lightmen Confederation of Indian Organisations Congolese Voluntary Organisation Congregation of Jacob Synagogue Conservation Society Convent of Mercy Council for British Archaeology Council of Ethnic Minority Voluntary Sector Organisations Council of Mosques Courtfield Community Mental Health Team Covent Garden Business Forum Covent Garden Market Authority Coventry Cross Mosque & Islamic Centre Creekside Education Trust Cremorne Gardens Residents Association Cremorne Riverside Centre

Company Crisp Road Residents Association Cross River Partnership Crossroads Care Greenwich and Lewisham CRS Craft Training Centre Crusade of Rescue Cultural Industries Development Agency CVS Hounslow Cyril Jackson Primary School Da Palma Court Tenants' Association Dadihiye Somali Development Organisation Darus Salam Education & Welfare Centre Dawliffe Hall Educational Foundation Ltd Deaf Access Trust DeafPLUS Dean and Chapter of St. Paul's Cathedral Denton Street, Borrodaile Road And Marcus Terrace Residents Association Deptford Park Primary School Deptford Primary Care Mental Health Team Development Advisory Services Diabetes UK Wimbledon Voluntary Group Dickens Tenants & Residents Association Digby Mansions Residents Association Director of Public Health Disability Advice Service Lambeth Disability And Social Care Advice Service Disability Network Hounslow Distillery Play Centre Docklands Sailing and Watersports Club Doddington & Rollo Children's Centre Dorcas Estate Tenants' & Residents' Association Dorset Wharf Community Hall Dowgate Fire Station Downside Fisher Youth Club Dragon Boat Club Drive Mansions Residents' Association Ealing Canoe Club Ealing Centre for Independent Living Ealing Community & Police Consultative Group Ealing Community and Voluntary Service Ealing Community Network Ealing Gay Group Ealing Mencap Ealing Primary Care Trust Ealing Racial Equality Council Ealing Somali Welfare and Cultural Association Earl's Court Community Project East African Asian Senior Citizens Assoc. East Hill Baptist Church East Hill United Reformed Church

Company East London Business Alliance East London Central Synagogue East London Chinese Community Centre East London Communities Organisation East London CVS network East London Mosque Trust East London Somali Association East Thames Group Eastwards Trust EKTA Elays Network Elim Pentecostal Church Elizabeth Lansbury Nursery School Eltham United Reformed Church Emmanuel Church Emmanuel Church Putney Fund Emmanuel Youth and Community Centre Emmaus Evangelical Church - The Voice Of The Intercessors Emmaus Greenwich Empress Place Action Group English School at the Chelsea Theatre Environmental Law Foundation Eritrean Community Centre Eritrean Diaspora Community Network (EDCN) Eritrean Elders Welfare Association Ethelburga Early Years Centre: Ethiopian Refugee Community Ethnic Minority Counselling Group Ethnic Minority Enterprise Project Ltd Ethnic Minority Integration Support (Emis) Evelina Hospital School Evelyn Community Centre Evelyn Residents Association Facet - Foods Of Africa And The Caribbean Educational Trust Factory Quarter Residents Association Fair Community Housing Services Ltd Fairley House Falcon Point Residents Association Federation for Refugees from Vietnamese in Lewisham Federation of City Farms & Community Gardens Field of Hope Finnish Church in London Firm Foundations Flashpoint Playcentre Flora Gardens Primary School Focolare Movement Forum for the Built Environment Forum of Faiths Kensington and Chelsea Fountain Of Blessings and Miracle Church

Company Foursquare Church Angelus Temple Free Trade Wharf Residents Association Freight by Water Fresh Start Freshwater UK Friends Of Bishops Park Friends Of Chelsea Studios Friends Of Fulham Palace Friends of Furnival Gardens Friends of Kennington Park Friends of Latin American Expression Friends of Southwark Park Friends of St Paul's Cathedral Friends of the City Churches Friends of the Earth Friends of the Royal Hospital Chelsea Fulham & Chelsea College Fulham & Hammersmith Historical Society Fulham Alliance Fulham Court Tenants' Association Fulham Palace Trust - Museum of Fulham Palace Fulham Society Furnivall Sculling Club Gatliff Close Residents' Association Glamis Estate Residents Association Good Shepherd RC Primary School Gospel Faith Mission Great Jubillee Wharf Residents Association Great Lakes African Women's Network (Glawn) Greater Hammersmith GREENFEST Greenford Park Residents Association Greenwich Action for Voluntary Service Greenwich and Lewisham Nightstop, Youthreach Ltd Greenwich Association of Disabled People's Centre for Independent Living Greenwich Community College Greenwich Connexions Greenwich Co-operative Development Agency Greenwich Council for Racial Equality Greenwich Islamic Centre Greenwich Link Greenwich Madina Trust Greenwich Maritime Institute Greenwich Mencap Greenwich Network Trust Greenwich Partnership Greenwich Peninsula Chaplaincy Greenwich Toy and Leisure Library Greenwich Vietnam Community

Company Greenwich Vietnamese Women Greenwich West Community & Arts Centre Greenwich Yacht Club Greenwich Youth for Christ Gretra Mosque Grinling Gibbons Primary School Grosvenor & Regency Management Organisation Groundwork London Groundwork London (West office) Grupo de Memorias Espanolas Gurdwara Sikh Sangat H & F Action on Disability (HAFAD) H & F BME H & F Federation of Tenants and Residents Association (HAFFTRA) H & F Local Agenda 21 Forum H & F Mencap H & F Refugee Forum H & F Urban Studies Centre Haldane Residents Association Halford Residents Association Halley Primary School Hammersmith And Fulham Historical Society Hammersmith and Fulham Old Peoples Consultative Forum Hammersmith Community Gardens Association Hammersmith Community Trust Hammersmith Embankment Residents Association Hammersmith London Hammersmith Mall Residents Association Hammersmith Society Harbledown Residents Association Harwood Mews Residents' Association Hawkstone TRA Heatherley School of Fine Art Henna Asian Women's Group Her Centre Hermitage Primary School Hestia@ Kensington and Chelsea Local Involvement Network Hever Estate Tenants Association Hide Tower Residents' Association Highway Church Hilary Close Residents Association Hillingdon Friendship Centre Hindu Society Historic Royal Palaces Holmleigh Court Residents Association Holy Trinity Church Homes and Housing Group Honourable Company of Master Mariners Honourable Society of the Middle Temple

Company Horn of Africa Community Group Hounslow Asian Community Advice Service Hounslow East Residents Association Hounslow Primary Care Trust Hounslow Racial Equality Council House of Hope, Jesus Glorified Church House of Praise Mission HSBC Rowing Club Hungarian Reformed Church in the UK Hurlingham & Chelsea Secondary School Hurlingham District Residents Association Hurlingham Mansions Residents Association Hurlingham Reach (Fulham) residents Association Hurlingham Yacht Club Hyde Housing Association Limited Hyderi Islamic Centre Idara-E-Jaferia Immanuel Streatham Trust Imperial College Rowing Club Imperial Square & Harwood Terrace Tenants & Residents Imperial Wharf (East) Residents' Association Indian Cultural Society Inner Temple Innisfree Housing Association Inobamencan Refuge and Migrant Organisation Interfaith Action International Buddhist Progress Society (UK) International Council on Monuments & Sites UK International Fellowship for Christ International Forum for Islamic Dialogue International Swaminarayan Satsang Organisation International Tunnelling Association International Water Association (IWA) Iraqi Community Association Iraqi Welfare Association Irish Advice Service Irish in Greenwich Irish Support and Advice Service Islamic Centre of England Islamic Educational and Recreational Institute Islamic Society for the Promotion of Religious Tolerance Islamic Society of Britain Islamic Universal Association Ismaili Centre Jacob's Island Residents Association Jacob's Island (Springalls Wharf) Jagonari Womens Education Resource Centre Jain Alliance

Company James Wolfe Primary School Jamyang Buddhist Centre Japanese Christian Fellowship Jehovah's Witnesses Jepson House Tenants' And Residents' Association Jerusalem Church of The Lord International Limited Jesus Hospital Estate Residents Association Jewish Lesbian & Gay Helpline JMF Support Group for Unseen Disability John Betts Primary School John Knight Lodge Residents Group John Scurr Community Centre Joint Nature Conservation Committee Jubbaland Association Kalayaan Kaplan Law School Katherine Low Settlement Keep Britian Tidy Keeton's & St. Crispin's Tenants & Residents Association Kenilworth Court Co-Ownership Housing Association Kennington Association Kennington Oval and Harleyford Road Residents and Tenants Action Group Kennington Park Community Centre Kennington Park Estate Tenants' Association Kensington and Chelsea Chamber of Commerce Kensington and Chelsea Partnership Kensington and Chelsea Social Council Kensington and Chelsea Societies Kids Club King Edward Mansions Residents & Tenants Kings College School Boat Club King's Road Association of Chelsea Residents Kingwood/Munster/Wyfold Residents' And Tenants' Association Kirby Tenants & Residents Association KLC School of Design Kongolese Centre for Information and Advice Kosova Albanian Community Krug Cultural Group Kshatrya Sabha London Kufa Gallery Kung Ho Association Kurdish and Middle Eastern Women's Organisation Kurdish Association for New Generations Abroad (KANGA) Kurdish Association for Refugees Kurdish Cultural Centre Kurdish Exile Association Lady Allen Adventure Playground (Wandsworth Kids Branch) Lambeth Accord Lambeth Chinese Community Association

Company Lambeth Corporate Services Lambeth First Lambeth Mental Health and Disabled People's Action Group Lambeth Mind Lambeth Portuguese Network Lambeth Portuguese Speaking Network Lambeth Sheltered Lambeth Voluntary Action Council Lancaster Court Tenants' Association Langford Primary School Lansbury Lawrence Primary School Latifah School for Girls Latin American Development Association Latin American Disabled People's Project Latin American Educational Project Latin American Social Fund 2000 Plus Latymer Upper School Lea Rivers Trust Learning Ladder Children's Centre: Lee Valley Regional Park Authority Leonard Cheshire Disability - Gwynneth Morgan Resource Centre Lewisham Strategic Partnership Liberal Jewish Synagogue Life Christian Youth Club Life Tabernacle U.P.C Church Lighthouse Baptist Church Lilian Baylis Technology School Lillie Road Residents' Association Limehouse Arches Nursery Limehouse Project Lincolns College London Lisgar Estate Southern Housing Group Living Waters Discipleship and Healing Trust London Bridge Hospital London Buddhist Vihara London Central Mosque & Islamic Cultural Centre London Corinthian Sailing Club London Cycling Campaign London Diocesan Board for Schools London Docklands Angling Consortium Ltd London Early Years Foundation London East Ethnic Business Association London Ethnic Minority Deaf Association London Grid For Learning London Inland Waterways Association London Institute for Contemporary Christianity London International School Of Performing Arts

Company London Metropolitan University London Rowers London Rowing Club London Sevashram Sangha London Somali Action Forum London Sri Murugan Temple London Sustainability Exchange London Tamil Sangam London Wetlands Centre (Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust) London Wildlife Trust London Youth Rowing London Zoo (ZSL) Look Ahead Housing and Care Lord Roberts Mews Management Limited Lots Road Action Group Lucas Value Primary School Lydia's Mission Lygon House Residents Social Club Lynwood Christian Fellowship Community Association (Lcfca) Mafalda Latin-American Community Nursery Magdalene Tenants & Residents Association Malayalee Association of the UK Manor Primary School Manorfield Primary School Maria Adderley & Associates - Helping Latin Americans Marine Rescue Coordination Centre London Marion Richardson Primary School Maroa Christian Counselling International Mayfair Islamic Centre Mayflower Tenants & Residents Association Melcombe Primary School Memon Association UK Mercy and Grace of God Youth Ministry Mercy Foundation Centre Metropolitan Police Traffic Management Metropolitan Society For The Blind Middle Temple Residents Association Migrant Impact Fund (Migrant Learner Advocate Network Project) Migrants Resource Centre Milaap Day Centre Millbank Primary School Millbank School Play Centre Millennium Primary School Millpond Tenants Association Miranda Barry Centre Mohyal Community Association Mongolian Culture Centre Moravian Church Fetter Lane Congregation MOSAIC Clubhouse

Company Mosaic Community Trust Most Holy Trinity RC Church Mountain Trust Company Musgrave Crescent Residents' Association/Neighbourhood Watch Mushkil Aasaan Music For Life - Canto Ala Vida Muslim / Arabic Family Service Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre Muslim Mediation Service Muslim Women's Association Muslim World League Napier Court Residents' Association NARD National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the U.K New Bridge New Covent Garden Market New Hurlingham Court Ltd New King's Road West Residents' Association New Life Fellowship New Life Saturday School New London Synagogue Newham African Caribbean Resource Centre (NARAC) Newham Ethnic Minority Disability Alliance Newham Independent Advisory Group Newham Methodist Circuit Newham Muslims Fifty Plus Groups Newham Primary Care Trust Newham Progothi Women Trust Newham Unemployed Association - Link Project Newham Voluntary Sector Consortium Newlands Quay Residents Association Newmartin Community Youth Trust Nightingale House Nine Elms North Brixton Muslim Cultural Organisation North Sherbrooke Residents Association North Westminster Cultural Centre (Church Street Mosque) Notting Hill Housing Trust Nubian Life Resource Centre Ocean Somali Community Association Ogaden Community Association Old Billingsgate Market Old Church Nursery School Old Palace J M & I School Organisation of Blind African Caribbeans Our Lady Of Mount Carmel And St. Joseph Church Our Lady of Perpetual Help Our Lady RC Junior Mixed & Infants School Our Lady RC Primary School

Company Oval House Theatre Overseas Mission Christian Fellowship Park Mansions Tenants Association Parkinson's UK - Wandsworth Branch Parsons Green Residents Association Partnership for Ealing Passenger Boat Association Patmos Area Community Association Pelican Wharf Residents Society Ltd People's Republic Of Southwark Pepper Pot Club Pepys Community Forum PETAL Peabody Estate Tenants' Association (Fulham) Peter Hills with St Mary's and St Paul's Cofe Primary School Peterborough Road and Area Residents Association Philpot Square Tenants' Association Physic Triangle Residents Association Pimlico Academy Pimlico Family Workshop Toy Library Pimlico Street Properties Planning Aid for London Play Association Hammersmith & Fulham Plough & Chilton Tenants & Residents Association Points of View Poland Street Association of Poles in GB and N Ireland Polish Catholic Community Centre Polish Hearth Club Poor Servants Of The Mother Of God Poplar Blackwall and District Rowing Club Poplar HARCA Powerpoint Prayer Book Society - London And Southwark Branch Pre-School Learning Alliance Hammersmith and Fulham Presentation Housing Association Limited Prices Court Residents' Association Princes Tower Residents Association Priory Community Centre Professionals College of Management Sciences Prospect Place Residents Society Ltd Prospects for Life Youth Club Providence House Christian Centre Pueblo Project Pulton Place Tenants' Association Putney Bridge Kayak and Canoe Club Putney Evangelical Church Putney Leisure Centre Putney Methodist Church Putney Society QPR in the Community Trust

Company Quaystone Christian Church Queen Mary Childrens Centre Queen's Manor Primary School & Special Needs Unit Queens Park Bangladesh Association Queens Quay Residents Association Queensmill School Quintin Boat Club Race Equality in Newham Radha Krishna Temple (ISKCON) Radha Krishna Temple and Hindu Centre Ramblers Association Ramgarhia Sikh Association Ranelagh Residents Association Ranelagh Sailing Club Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication Red Lion 69 Limited Red Lion Boys Club Redcoat Community Centre Redriff Primary School Refugee Council Refugee Home School Support Project (Katherine Low Settlement) Refugee Support Centre Religious of Mary Immaculate Residential Boat Owners Association (RBOA) Residents' Association For Sands End North Residents Association Of Walham Green Court Residents Of Moore Park Area Association Response Community Projects Ltd Richmond Environment Network Richmond Environmental Information Centre Right Choice Project River Christian Centre River Gardens Residents' Association River House (Chelsea) Residents Association Ltd River Thames Society Rivercourt Methodist Church Rivermead Court Ltd Riverside Community Development Trust Riverside Medical Practice Riverside Parents & Carers Association Riverside Plaza Residents Association Riverside Primary School Riverside Quarters Residents Association Riverside Trust Riverside Youth Centre Robert Owen House Tenants' Association Rokpa Trust Romanca Society Rosebank Residents Association

Company Rotherhithe Primary School Rowberry Close Tenants Association Royal Foundation of St Katharine in Ratcliffe Royal Foundation of St. Katharine Royal Horticultural Society Royal Hospital Chelsea Royal Scottish Corporation Royal Society of the Protection of Birds Royal Victoria Dock Watersport Centre Rylston Road Residents Association Sacred Heart Church Sacred Heart Primary School Battersea Safer Neighbourhoods Team - Addison Ward Salahuddin Islamic Trust Salvation Army Chelsea Salvation Army Church - Regent Hall Samuel Lewis Trust Residents' Action Group Sands End Area Projects In Action Sandsend Playhouse Sangayi Association Sayes Court Clubhouse Sayes Court Residents Association Scalabrini Fathers School of Latin American Spanish Limited Sea Cadet Association Sea Change Sailing Trust Semley House Residents' Association Servol Community Trust Outreach Project Seven Islands Leisure Centre Seventh-Day Adventist Church Shadwell Basin Outdoor Activity Centre Shadwell Safer Neighbourhood Team Shaheed Udham Singh Asian Community Centre Ltd Shanti Day Care Centre Shanti Sadan Centre of Adhyatma Yoga Sierra Leone Muslim Women Cultural Organisation Sierra Leone United Association Sikh Missionary Society UK Sikh Spirit Silver Fleet Simba (Share In Maudsley Black Action) Sir John Lyon House Sir Oswald Stoll Mansions Residents' Association Sir Thomas More Estate RA Sir William Burrough Primary School Sma Sunni Muslim Association South London Society for Co-operation in Russian and Soviet Studies Society of Afghan Residents Society of the Middle Temple

Company Soho Fellowship Service Centre Somali Caring and Education Association Somali Community Information Centre Somali Community Regeneration Project Somali Integration and Information Centre Somali Relief Society Somali Teaching Group Somali Welfare Community Association - Soweca SOMCENTRE Somerset House Trust Sons Of The Thames Rowing Club SORAG Care Agency South Bank Employers' Group South Bank Sailing Club South Bermondsey Partnership South East Hindu Association South East London Community Foundation South East Muslim Association South Eastern Trains South Westminster Triangle Association Southall Black Sisters Southfield Park Triangle Residents Association Southside Partnership Fanon Care Southwark Alliance Southwark Cathedral Southwark College Southwark Cyclists Southwark Cypriot Day Centre Southwark Cyprus Turkish Association Southwark Explorers Club Southwark Group Of Tenants Organisations Southwark Hindu Centre Southwark Irish Pensioners Project (Sipp) Southwark Multi-Faith Forum Southwark Muslim Pensioners Group Southwark Muslim Youth Project Southwark Park Estate Tenants & Residents Association Southwark Park School Southwark Somali Refugee Council Spanish Catholic Chaplaincy Speakability Specialist Schools & Academy Trust Spiritual Assembly of the Bahai (Westminster Bahai Community) St Agnes RC Primary School St Alfege Church St Andrew by the Wardrobe St Anne St Anne and All Saints Church St Bride Foundation

Company St Crispin's Tenants & Residents Association St Edmund - Millwall St Edmund's Church & Community Centre St Francis Drake Primary School St George Wharf Residents Association St Gertrude's Church St Hilda's East Community Centre St James' Church of England Primary School St John's Church St John's Church Stratford St John's Roman Catholic Primary School St Joseph`s Catholic Primary School St Joseph's Catholic Primary School St Joseph's RC Primary School St Joseph's RC School St Joseph's Roman Catholic Primary School St Katharine and Shadwell Trust St Katharine's Docks St Katherine's and Wapping Safer Neighbourhood Team St Luke's Church St Magnus-the-Martyr St Marks Centre St Mark's Pre-School Playgroup St Mary and St Michael St Mary's (Rotherhithe) Church St Mary's C of E School St Matthews Community Centre St Michael's Catholic College St Mungo's St Nicholas Church St Olav's Norwegian Church St Patrick's Junior Mixed R C School St Paul With St Luke C of E Primary School St Paul's C of E Primary School St Paul's Way Community School St Peter & The Guardian Angels' Church St Peter's C of E Primary School St Peters Centre St Peter's Church St Peter's Church St Peter's London Docks Primary School St Saviours C of E Primary School St Saviour's Church, Forest Gate St Thomas Hospital St. Anne's - Limehouse St. Dunstan & All Saints Church, Stepney St. Gabriel's Church of England Primary School St. George's-In-The-East St. Mary & St Michael Primary School

Company St. Mary and St. Joseph St. Mary's Battersea St. Mary's Bow St. Mary's Convent & Nursing Home St. Mary's Parish Church St. Mary's RC Primary School St. Patrick's Church St. Paul's C of E Church St. Paul's Church - Bow Common St. Paul's Church - Shadwell St. Peter & St. Paul Church St. Peter's Church, London Docks St. Saviour's Church St. Stephen's Charity St. Stephen's Church St. Stephen's Church St. Thomas A Becket Church Stamford Brook Residents Association Stand up for Africa Stebon Primary School Stephen Hawking Special Primary School Stepney Greencoats C of E Primary School Stocken Tenants Action Group Stockhurst Close Residents Association Stratford Methodist Church Stratford Minority Ethnic Childrens Centre Stream Streatham Baptist Church - Lewin Road Youth Project Streatham Drop-in Centre Sulivan Court Tenants' And Residents' Association Supporting Equality Of Life Against Hardship (S.E.L.A.H) Surrey Canoe Club Surrey Docks Farm Surrey Docks Play Association Surveyor to the Fabric of St Pauls Sussex Street Play Project Swahili Support Network Swan Housing Association Limited Swanbank Court Social Club Swedish Church Swedish Seamen's Church Tachbrook Nursery School Tamezin Club Team London Bridge Team London Bridge Temple Church Tenants Action Group (Pepys) Thames Angling Preservation Society Thames Explorer Trust

Company Thames Gateway London Partnership Thames Landscape Strategy Thames North Synod United Reformed Church Thames Regional Rowing Council Thames Rowing Club Thames Tradesmen's Rowing Club Thamesbank Thamesbrook Rehabilitation Unit The 1990 Trust The 999 Club The African Child Promotion Group The Albany The Amal Trust (Light of Youth) The American Church The Anchor Project The Apostolic Faith Mission Uk The Ark Montessori School The Asian Health Agency (Hounslow Branch) The Back-Up Trust The Board of Deputies of British Jews The Bridge Academy - Secondary PRU The British Buddhist Association The Buddhist Society The Calamus Foundation The Central London Gurdwara The Chica Latina Project The City Circle The City of London School The City Together The Clerk to the Worshipful Company of Fishmongers The Clerk to the Worshipful Company of Vintners The Company of Watermen and Lightermen The Covenant Movement Ealing The Dominie The Friendly Club For Older People The Globe View Residents Association The Great Britain-China Centre The Greenwich Carers Centre The Hartley Centre The Holy Apostles Theatre Ministry The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple The Hurlingham Club The International School Of Screen Acting The Lewisham Voluntary Sector Training Network The Lister Hospital The London Buddhist Centre The London City Mission The London Sketch Club The Maltings Residents Association Limited

Company The Metro Centre - Greenwich The Most Holy Trinity Dockhead Church The Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre The Norwegian Church and Seamen's Mission The Oval Partnership The Piperian Residents' Association The Polish Education Society The Regeneration Trust The Relief Society for Poles Trust The Religious Society of Friends The Renewal Programme The Russian Centre in London The Salvation Army The Salvation Army The Serbian Society The Shaftesbury Christian Centre The St Michael Steiner School The St Paul's Centre The Stockwell Partnership Limited The Theatres Trust The Townmead Youth Club The Twickenham Society The University of London Boat Club Thorney Island Society Three Faiths Forum Thrive Battersea Garden Project Tidemill Primary School Tideway Sailability Tideway Scullers School Tigereye Media Club Tower Bridge Primary School Tower Hamlets College Tower Hamlets Community Housing Ltd Tower Hamlets Co-operative Development Agency Tower Hamlets CRC Ltd Townmead Estate Tenants Association Toynbee Hall Trafalgar Court Residents Association Trafalgar Rowing Center Training For Life Transition Town Wandsworth Trees for Cities Trees for London Trinity Hospital Trinity House Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance Ltd Trinity Methodist Church Trinity Tenants Hall Trust for Urban Ecology

Company TS Challenger SCC Turkish Community Project Turkish Education and Community Association Twinkle Park Trust UBM Built Environment uCanDoIt UK Turkish Islamic Cultural Centre Ukim West London Islamic Centre Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral Union of Muslim Families Union of Muslim Organisations of UK and Ireland Unitarian and Free Christian Churches United Anglo Caribbean Society Universal Beneficent Society University of East London University of Greenwich Urban Partnership Group Urban Voice UK Utrujj Foundation Vanston Place Tenants Association Vassall Area Regeneration Group Vauxhall Christian Centre (London City Mission) Vauxhall Gay Business Forum Vauxhall Society Velehrad Centre and Hostel Venture Greenwich Victorian Society Vietnamese Mental Health Services Vineyard Community Church Vision for Vauxhall Voluntary Action Lewisham Volunteer Centre Greenwich Waldemar Avenue Mansions Tenants Association Walham Green Court Residents' Tenants' Association Walham Grove Residents' Association Wandle Housing Association Wandon Road Residents Association Wandsworth Access Association Of People With Disabilities Wandsworth Asian Women's Association Wandsworth Community Empowerment Network Wandsworth Congolese Community Association Wandsworth Hard Of Hearing Group Wandsworth Historical Society Wandsworth Salvation Army Wandsworth Sickle Cell & Thalassaemia Support Group Wandsworth Society Wandsworth Somali Society Wandsworth Voluntary Sector Development Agency Wandsworth Youth For Christ

Company Wandsworth, Chelsea & Fulham Sea Cadets Wardo Avenue Residents Association Waterloo Quarter Wavelengths Leisure Centre Wavelengths Library West and North West London Vietnamese Association West Ham All Saints Parish Church West Ham Allotment Society Limited West Hill Baptist Church West Hill Parent School Association West Indian Standing Conference West London Buddhist Centre West London Business West London Federation Of Tenants West London free school West London Islamic Centre West London Mission West London Network for Voluntary and Community Organisations West London River Group West London Studios Residents Association West London Synagogue of British Jews Westminster Association for Mental Health : Mind Westminster Boating Base Westminster Cathedral RC Primary School Westminster City Partnership Westminster Faith Exchange Westminster Interfaith Westminster Property Association Westminster Race Equality Council Westminster Society Westminster Society Westminster Synagogue Wickersley Early Years Centre Wildlife and Countryside Link William Hogarth School William Morris Academy - Sixth Form William Sutton Trust William Sutton Trust Willowbrook Centre Wimbledon and Putney Commons Conservators Working Group Against Racism in Children's Resources Working Together for Independent Living in Lambeth Workspace Group World Assembly of Muslim Youth World's End Residents Association World's End Under 5's Centre Worshipful Company of Spectacle Makers Worshipful Company of Turners Worshipful Society of Apothecaries

Company Wow Mums - Women Of Wandsworth Wyvil Primary School Yahweh Christian Fellowship Yeshua Trust Youth Music Theatre UK Youth Offending Team Youth Sports Development Zimbabwe Women's Network UK Zoroastrian Trust Fund of Europe Chelsea Theatre Friends of Cremorne Gardens

Appendix J

List of meetings attended

Main report on phase two consultation

Subject Making More of the Thames Seminar - Seminar 1: An Environmentally Sustainable Thames King's Stairs Gardens Community Group Putney Bridge Canoe Club Thames Estuary Partnerships Annual Forum Bermondsey Community Council IEMA Conference 2011 Sustainable Business: Environmental Professionals Driving Change London Youth Rowing AGM Meeting with MAGASTRA Resident Association London Council Summit Board of Riverside Mansions Co Ltd Chambers Wharf Residents Meeting Putney Society Science and Technology Conference KEMP Working Group Stop the Shaft (Putney and Barnes) Super Sewer Summit London First event with Geoffrey Spence Super Sewer Summit (Hammersmith and Fulham Council) Lewisham Council public meeting re Earl Pumping Station NCE and GE Tunnelling UK 2011 conference Public Meeting with Justine Greening MP Centre for London Excellence Royal Festival Drop In Session Centre for London Excellence Royal Festival Hall Drop In Session Meeting with Hurlingham Yacht Club and Chas Newens Chiswick Pier Trust - Updated Meeting CIWEM Debate Shadwell Basin Outdoor Centre Wheat Wharf Freehold Company Ltd Iranian community Age UK - Thames Tunnel talk KEMP Information update Meeting with KEMP Working Group King Edward Memorial Park Foreshore public meeting Kensington & Chelsea Environment Round Table King's Stairs Gardens Committee members Thames Tunnel phase two consultation update meeting Age Concern Tea Talk - Hammersmith & Fulham

Date Time

Meeting Type

07/11/2011 17:00 08/11/2011 00:00 09/11/2011 19:00 10/11/2011 00:00 10/11/2011 19:00 15/11/2011 00:00 15/11/2011 00:00 15/11/2011 19:30 19/11/2011 00:00 21/11/2011 19:00 22/11/2011 17:00 25/11/2011 10:30 28/11/2011 00:00 28/11/2011 16:30 05/12/2011 19:30 07/12/2011 16:00 07/12/2011 18:00 07/12/2011 19:00 07/12/2011 19:00 08/12/2011 00:00 08/12/2011 19:30 12/12/2011 00:00 12/12/2011 00:00 13/12/2011 00:00 13/12/2011 00:00 13/12/2011 18:45 13/12/2011 19:30 14/12/2011 00:00 15/12/2011 11:00 15/12/2011 18:30 19/12/2011 13:00 20/12/2011 11:30 04/01/2012 19:00

Presentation Presentation Presentation Meeting Presentation Conference Meeting Presentation Conference Meeting Public/Commu nity Meeting Presentation Meeting Meeting Exhibition Conference Public/Commu nity Presentation Presentation Meeting Conference Exhibition Conference Exhibition

Meeting Presentation Presentation Meeting Presentation Presentation Meeting Meeting Public/Commu 12/01/2012 19:30 nity 16/01/2012 18:00 Meeting 17/01/2012 10:00 Meeting 17/01/2012 14:00 Meeting 19/01/2012 15:00 Presentation

Subject Women In Property Talk Putney Working Group Meeting Save your Riverside Public Meeting Free Trade Wharf Residents (KEMP Foreshore) Hurlingham Yacht Club Rotary Club of Heston and Isleworth Meeting with Riverside school governors Careers Fair 2012 at Chiselhurst & Sidcup Grammar School SaveKEMP Working Group SaveKEMP Petition

Date Time Meeting Type 19/01/2012 18:00 Presentation 19/01/2012 19:00 Meeting Public/Commu 19/01/2012 19:00 nity 25/01/2012 19:00 Meeting 26/01/2012 20:00 Presentation Public/Commu 31/01/2012 20:45 nity Public/Commu 01/02/2012 17:30 nity Public/Commu 01/02/2012 18:00 nity 01/02/2012 19:00 Meeting 06/02/2012 13:30 Meeting

Appendix K

List of town halls and libraries

Main report on phase two consultation

Venue Ealing Town Hall Hounslow Civic Centre Hammersmith & Fulham Town Hall

Address 1 Perceval House Lampton Road

Address 2 14-16 Uxbridge Road

City London Hounslow London London London London

Postcode W5 2HL TW3 4DN W6 9JU SW18 2PU W8 7NX SW1E 6QP SW8 2LL

King Street Wandsworth High Wandsworth Town Hall Street Kensington & Chelsea Town Hall Hornton Street Westminster City Hall 64 Victoria Street Phoenix House, St George Wharf Lambeth Council Department of City of London Planning & Corporation Transportation Southwark Council 160 Tooley Street 5th Floor, Laurence House Lewisham Town Hall London Borough of 5th Floor, Tower Hamlets Anchorage House London Borough of Greenwich Town Hall Newham Town Hall Richmond Upon Thames Civic Centre London Thames Gateway Development Corporation Ealing Central Library Acton Library Hounslow Library Chiswick Library Hammersmith Library Fulham Library 1000 Dockside Road 44 York Street 9th Floor, South Quay Plaza 3 103 Ealing Broadway Centre High Street Centre Space Duke's Avenue Shepherds Bush Road 598 Fulham Road The Community Centre, 59 Broughton Road 11 Garratt Lane 5/7 Disraeli Road 34 Lavender Road 309 Battersea Park Road Chelsea Old Town Hall 12 Phillimore Walk 160 Buckingham Palace Road

Hammersmith

Wandsworth Road

London

PO Box 270, Guildhall London London Catford Road 5 Clove Crescent Wellington Street London London London London

EC2P 2EJ SE1 2QH SE6 4RU E14 2BE SE18 6PW E16 2QU

Twickenham TW1 3BZ

189 Marsh Wall The Broadway Acton Treaty Centre, High Street

London London London Hounslow London London London

E14 9SH W5 5JY W3 6NA TW3 1ES W4 2AB W6 7AT SW6 5NX

Hammersmith Fulham

Sands End Library Wandsworth Town Library Putney Library York Gardens Library Battersea Park Library Chelsea Library Kensington Central Library Victoria Library

Fulham

London London London London London

SW6 2LE SW18 4AQ SW15 2DR SW11 2UG SW11 4NF SW3 5EZ W8 7SA SW1W 9UD

King's Road Kensington

London London London

Venue Pimlico Library South Lambeth Library Guildhall Library John Harvard Library Rotherhithe Library Lewisham Library

Address 1 Address 2 Rampayne Street 180 South Lambeth Road 5 Aldermanbury 211 Borough High Street Albion Street 199-201 Lewisham High Street Deptford Strand

City London London London London London London London London London London London London London London London

Postcode SW1V 2PU SW8 1QP EC2V 7HH SE1 1JA SE16 7JA SE13 6LG SE8 3BA SE10 8NN SE10 0RL E15 1EL SW13 9RT TW9 1TP E3 5ES E14 5RB EC4A 3JR

Pepys Resource Centre Old Library 146 Greenwich High West Greenwich Library Road 203-207 Woolwich East Greenwich Library Road Stratford Library 3 The Grove Castelnau Library 75 Castelnau Richmond Information Centre Old Town Hall Tower Hamlets Idea Store Gladstone Place Tower Hamlets Idea Store Churchill Place Shoe Lane library Hill House

Stratford

Whittaker Avenue Bow Canary Wharf Little New Street

Appendix L

Exhibitions

Main report on phase two consultation

Venue and Address London Rowing Club Embankment, Putney, SW15 1LB

Date 17/11/2011 18/11/2011 19/11/2011 Creekside Centre 17/11/2011 14 Creekside, Deptford, SE8 4SA 18/11/2011 19/11/2011 WWT London Wetland Centre 21/11/2011 Queen Elizabeth's Walk, Barnes, London, SW13 9WT 22/11/2011 23/11/2011 Battersea Dogs & Cats Home 21/11/2011 4 Battersea Park Road (Entry through main gate), London, 22/11/2011 SW8 4AA 23/11/2011 Glamis Estate Tenant's Hall 23/11/2011 414 Cable Street (corner of Cable Street and Glamis Road), 24/11/2011 E1 0AF 26/11/2011 Beormund Community Centre 24/11/2011 177 Abbey Street, SE1 2AN 25/11/2011 26/11/2011 Chelsea Academy 25/11/2011 Lots Road, London, SW10 0AB 26/11/2011 Linden House 30/11/2011 Upper Mall, Hammersmith, W6 9TA 01/12/2011 The Royal Hospital Chelsea 30/11/2011 Royal Hospital Road, London, SW3 4SR 01/12/2011 The Worx 01/12/2011 10 Heathman's Road, Parsons Green, SW6 4TJ 02/12/2011 03/12/2011 London Transport Museum 05/12/2011 Covent Garden Piazza, London, WC2E 7BB 06/12/2011 07/12/2011 John Scurr Community Centre 05/12/2011 1a Bekesbourne Street, E14 7JQ 06/12/2011 07/12/2011 Stratford Town Hall 05/12/2011 29 Broadway, Stratford, E15 4BQ 06/12/2011 Vauxhall City Farm 07/12/2011 165 Tyers Street, London, SE11 5HS 08/12/2011 St Mark's Community Centre 08/12/2011 218 Tollgate Road, London, E6 5YA 09/12/2011 York Gardens Library and Community Centre; 34 Lavender 12/12/2011 Road, London, SW11 2UG 13/12/2011 Surrey Docks Watersports Centre 12/12/2011 Rope Street, London, SE16 7SX 13/12/2011 14/12/2011 Royal Festival Hall* 12/12/2011 Belvedere Road, South Bank, London, SE1 8XX 13/12/2011 Parsons Green Sports and Social* 15/12/2011 Broomhouse Lane, Fulham, SW6 3DP 16/12/2011 Acton Scout Hut; Rugby Road (Between Hatfield and 19/12/2011 Canham Roads), W4 1AT 20/12/2011 City Hall 18/01/2012 The Queen's Walk, London, SE1 2AA 19/01/2012 20/01/2012 John Orwell Sports Centre* 18/01/2012 Tench Street, Wapping, E1W 2QD 19/01/2012 20/01/2012 Hurlingham and Chelsea Secondary School* 28/01/2012 Peterborough Road, Fulham, London, SW6 3ED * Denotes extra exhibitions, additional to those advertised in the SOCC

Time 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 10am-4pm 2pm-8pm 2.30pm-8.30pm 10am-4pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 10am-4pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 10am-4pm 2pm-8pm 10am-4pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 10am-4pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 10.30am-8pm 10.30am-8pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 10am-5pm 10am-1pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 3pm-8pm 3pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 2pm-8pm 10am-4pm VISITOR TOTAL

Visitors 110 80 136 26 11 95 90 52 78 5 6 15 82 37 137 49 20 85 40 40 56 39 24 7 18 16 54 19 31 41 7 2 17 14 15 13 13 2 5 6 4 22 14 13 42 5 21 36 48 69 67 115 58 17 11 25 61 2221

Total

326

Total

132

Total

220

Total

26

Total

256

Total Total Total Total

154 80 95 31

Total

88

Total

91

Total Total Total Total Total

26 29 26 7 10

Total Total Total Total

49 47 57 117

Total

240

Total Total

53 61

Appendix M

Feedback form

Main report on phase two consultation

We need your comments


Phase two consultation feedback form Registration details
Name Address

(Giving us this information means that we can contact you after the consultation with a summary of the consultation comments and how we have responded).

Postcode Email address Telephone number

We will publish your response anonymously and keep your personal detailsconfidential. You only need to complete the questions on this form that are of interest to you. If you require any help filling out this form, please contact our customer centre on 0800 0721 086. You can find more information about the Thames Tunnel on our website at www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk. Please only submit your feedback when you are completely happy with yourresponse. All the comments you provide on this form should only relate to the consultationon the Thames Tunnel. You can contact us about any other Thames Water activity using theinformation on the back of this form. If there is not enough space on this sheet for all your comments, please continue on to another piece of paper and attach it securely. Please send your completed form by 10 February 2012 to: Freepost RSSB-HYRU-EGUT, Thames Tunnel, 35 King Street, BRISTOL, BS1 4DZ

Thames Tunnel

A.

Please state in what capacity you are providing comments on the Thames Tunnel. a local resident an organisation e.g. community or residents group, or business, or other (please provide details below) landowners1/significantly affected persons2 as defined by s.44 of the 2008 Planning Act or agent acting on their behalf (please provide details below) statutory consultee (excluding local authority). Please only select this option if you have specifically been contacted by Thames Water in this capacity in connection with the Thames Tunnel (please provide details below) local authority (please provide details below) other

Please provide details:

1 2

Landowners means owners and others with a legal interest in land which may be acquired for the project. Significantly Affected Persons means those who, as a result of having a legal interest in land, may be able to claim compensation arising out of the construction and/or operation of the project, even though their land would not be acquired. For example, for interference with a right of way, or because their property may be affected by noise or vibration.

B.

Which documents have you read to help you respond to this feedback form? site information papers, for example Acton Storm Tanks (please provide details below) project information papers, for example Managing construction (please provide details below) technical information/reports (please provide details below) other (please provide details below) none

Please provide details:

Part one

Our preferred sites

In order to answer the following questions, you may find it useful to look at our site information papers, which are available on our website or by contacting our customer centre.

1.

Which of our preferred sites are you commenting on?

If you wish to comment on more than one site, please attach an additional feedback form for each site. Acton Storm Tanks Hammersmith Pumping Station Barn Elms Putney Bridge Foreshore Dormay Street King Georges Park Carnwath Road Riverside Falconbrook Pumping Station Kirtling Street Heathwall Pumping Station Cremorne Wharf Depot Chelsea Embankment Foreshore Albert Embankment Foreshore Blackfriars Bridge Foreshore Victoria Embankment Foreshore King Edward Memorial Park Foreshore Earl Pumping Station Deptford Church Street Greenwich Pumping Station Chambers Wharf Abbey Mills Pumping Station Beckton Sewage Treatment Works Shad Thames Pumping Station Bekesbourne Street Jews Row (please go to question 8) Other works (please go to question 8)

2.

Given the requirements for the construction and operation of the tunnel in this location, please give us your view on whether you consider this should be our preferred site. Are you: supportive opposed dont know/unsure

Please give your reasons why:

3.
Site:

If you think an alternative site should be used to perform the function set out in the site information paper, please tell us which one and why:

Please give your reasons why:

Management of construction works

4.

Section 2 of the site information paper identifies what we consider to be the key issues associated with this site during construction, and how we currently intend to address them. (Other evironmental issues associated with this site are also identified in the Preliminary environmental information report). yes no dont know/unsure

a) Do you agree that we have identified the right key issues in the site information paper?

If there are other key issues that you think we should identify, please state them below, with your reasons why:

b) Do you agree that we have identified the right way to address the key issues? yes no dont know/unsure If you do not agree that we have identified the right way to address the key issues, please state the issue below, and your reasons why:

Design

5.

Section 3 of the site information paper sets out a number of site specific issues which have influenced our permanent design for this site. Do you agree that we have identified the right issues? (This question does not apply to Bekesbourne Street, please go to question 7). yes no dont know/unsure

If you do not agree that we have identified the right site specific issues, please state below what you think are the right issues, with your reasons why:

6.

Section 3 of the site information paper sets out our proposals for the permanent design and appearance of this site. Please give us your views. Are you: supportive opposed dont know/unsure

Please give your reasons why:

Management of operational effects

7.
a)

Section 3 of the site information paper identifies what we consider to be the key issues associated with this site once it is operational, and how we currently intend to address them. (Other environmental issues associated with this site are also identified in the Preliminary environmental information report). Do you agree that we have identified the right key issues in the site information paper? yes no dont know/unsure

If there are other key issues that you think we should identify, please state them below, with your reasons why:

b) Do you agree that we have identified the right way to address the key issues? yes no dont know/unsure If you do not agree that we have identified the right way to address any of the key issues, please state the issue below, and your reasons why:

8.

If you have any comments about our proposals for Jews Row or Other works, please provide them below. Otherwise, please go to question 9.

a) Jews Row

b) Other works

Part two

Need, solution, tunnel route and alignment

In order to answer the following questions, you may find it useful to look at our project information papers on Overflow, Options and Route and tunnel alignment. These are available on our website, or by contacting the customer centre.

9.

You may not have commented on the need for the project during phase one consultation. If you would like to give us your comments on the need to reduce the amount of sewage that enters the tidal River Thames please enter them below: I have no comments I have comments, as follows:

10.

At phase one consultation, we identified four possible solutions to the need to reduce the amount of sewage entering the tidal River Thames. Taking into account all the possible solutions, do you have any comments on our decision that a tunnel is the right way to meet the need? I have no comments I have comments, as follows:

11.

At phase one consultation, we presented three possible routes for the tunnel to follow, and identified the Abbey Mills route as our preferred route. Having reviewed the feedback from phase one consultation, the Abbey Mills route is still our preferred route. Do you have any further comments about our preference for the Abbey Mills route? I have no comments I have comments, as follows:

12.

Do you have any comments on the proposed alignment of the Abbey Mills route? I have no comments I have comments, as follows:

Part three

Consultation process

We are interested in your views on how we ran this phase of consultation. Please help us improve the way we work by completing this section.

13.

Have you previously taken part in consultation activities for this project? yes, go to question 14 no, go to question 15

14.

If yes, did you fill in a feedback form, attend an exhibition or meeting where we were present to answer questions, or provide comments in another way? attended an exhibition and spoke to a member of the Thames Tunnel team attended an exhibition, but did not speak to a member of the Thames Tunnel team filled in a feedback form (online or paper feedback form) attended drop in sessions or other meeting between phase one and phase two consultations where a member of the Thames Tunnel team was present other (please provide details below)

Please tick all that are appropriate:

15.

Have you attended an exhibition during this phase two consultation period? yes no

If yes, which exhibition did you attend?

16.

Do you think you have been provided with enough information about the project and consultation material to enable you to comment? yes no

Please provide your comments here:

17.

Do you have any other comments on the Thames Tunnel consultation process? yes no

Please provide your comments here:

18.

Do you want to receive updates about the Thames Tunnel? yes, by e-mail yes, by post no

If yes, please fill in your details on the front page of this form

For more information about the Thames Tunnel, please visit our website at www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk

Thank you

You can contact us about any of our other activities: Online www.thameswater.co.uk By telephone Billing or accountenquiries call 08459200 888 Lines are open weekdays from 8am - 8pm and on Saturday from 8am - 1pm (Minicom or Typetalk: 0845 7200 899). Water or wastewater enquiries call 0845 9200 800 Lines are open 24 hours a day (Minicom or Typetalk: 0845 7200 898).

All the comments you provide on this form should only relate to the consultation on the Thames Tunnel. Please send your completed form by 10 February 2012 to:

Freepost RSSB-HYRU-EGUT, Thames Tunnel, 35 King Street, BRISTOL, BS1 4DZ

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Appendix N

Quality assurance

Main report on phase two consultation

Appendix N - Quality assurance


N.1
N.1.1

Introduction
In accordance with The Planning Inspectorate Advice note fourteen: Compiling the consultation report we have undertaken safeguards to ensure that feedback comments are grouped appropriately. This appendix sets out the process followed.

N.2
N.2.1

Quality assurance process


Figure P.1, sets out the process that has been followed in relation to grouping feedback comments received. The following sections explain the process undertaken in further detail. Figure N.1 Quality assurance process
Using the quesitons in the feedback form

Stage of the process (sites only)

Thematic grouping, eg transport, noise and vibration, air quality and odour

Thematic sub-grouping of feedback: - splitting feedback between supportive and neutral comments, objections, issues and concerns and suggestions - within a theme grouping detailed comments, for example within transport effect on parking provision or concerns about access route

Checking

Using the questions in the feedback form


N.2.2 As set out in section 3.2, as far as possible feedback comments received were analysed against the question which they were submitted against in our feedback form (see appendix M for further details). This approach was only deviated from when it was clear that the comments made in response to a particular question related to another part or a question within the same part of the feedback form. Where feedback was submitted in alternative forms, as far as possible, feedback was placed against the questions within our feedback form. In

N.2.3

the feedback form, respondents were asked to state their view on certain questions by means of tick boxes. For these questions, views were only assigned where the respondents view point was clear from their feedback. Where the respondents point of view was not clear, this part of the question was left blank. Where no feedback was received in relation to a particular question, it was left blank. Where feedback was received that did not respond to any of the questions in the feedback form, it was entered into a separate part of the feedback form for other comments.

Stage of the process


N.2.4 The feedback form contained three parts: N.2.5 Part 1: Our preferred sites Part 2: Need, solution, tunnel route and alignment Part 3: Consultation process

For feedback received in relation to part 1 of the feedback, we undertook an additional categorisation of comments which reflected the content of the site information papers. Feedback was therefore sorted in relation to whether it related to: Site selection Management of construction works Permanent design and appearance Management of operational effects

High level grouping of feedback against themes


N.2.6 Feedback was then assigned a high level theme. These differed depending on the part of the feedback form. The themes are set out in table P.1. In order to assign a high level theme, feedback to each question was read and the appropriate high level themes assigned. Table N.1 High level themes Part of feedback form Part 1: Site selection Part 1: Management of construction works High level themes Site selection Alternative sites General feedback comments on key issues General feedback comments on measures to address the key issues Air quality and odour Construction working hours and programme Construction site design and layout Historic environment

N.2.7

Part of feedback form Part 1: Permanent design and appearance Part 1: Management of operational effects Lighting

High level themes Land quality and contamination Natural environment (aquatic) Natural environment (terrestrial) Noise and vibration Open space and recreation Planning and development Socio-economic Structures and utilities Townscape and visual Transport and access Water and flood risk

Permanent design and appearance General feedback comments on the key issues General feedback comments on measures to address the key issues Air quality and odour Historic environment Land quality and contamination Lighting Natural environment (aquatic) Natural environment (terrestrial) Noise and vibration Open space and recreation Planning and development Socio-economic Structures and utilities Townscape and visual Transport and access Water and flood risk Need for the project Solution including the tunnel and alternative

Part 2

Part of feedback form solutions Part 3

High level themes Tunnel route including alternative tunnel routes Tunnel alignment including alternative tunnel alignments and feedback on drive strategy Previous consultation activities Attendance at exhibitions Project information Consultation process

Detailed grouping of feedback


N.2.8 Once feedback had been assigned a theme, it was assigned a sub-theme. This process entailed firstly determining whether the feedback received was making a supportive or neutral comment, raising objections, issues or concerns or suggesting mitigation/suggestions or alternative solutions. Secondly sub-themes were assigned to reflect the detailed points raised in feedback comments. We introduced a series of processes to ensure that similar feedback was dealt with in a consistent manner and that our anticipated list of detailed points could be adapted as necessary. The steps undertaken were: within the team analysing the feedback, individuals were assigned different high level themes and analysed all feedback assigned that theme. This had two benefits: (i) it ensured that similar feedback received on the same and different sites were dealt with in a consistent manner; and (ii) provided an additional stage of checking in relation to allocation of high level themes since high level themes could either be deleted or added at this stage. if new points were raised by respondents during the analysis process, new sub-themes were added and feedback assigned against these points if the sub-themes did not reflect the feedback received, these were reworked to reflect the points that were raised within the sub-themes we created an other category where comments which did not neatly fit within the existing list and were only raised by a few respondents could be assigned if specific points were raised by respondents in relation to a specific site or specific point, points could be bespoked to include this additional detail. For example, the standard code is: should use/consider an alternative site; in light of feedback received at Acton Storm Tanks the point became should use/consider an alternative

N.2.9

site, specifically one that causes less nuisance to residential properties.

Checking
N.2.10 A sample of the feedback assignments were reviewed to check for consistency of theme and sub-theme assignment and to review the need for additional or revised sub-themes. This process was undertaken by a team member who was not directly involved in the analysis process. Additionally, a selection of correspondence received and details of the themes and sub-themes that were assigned was reviewed by the project team to confirm that it agreed with the approach that had been adopted. This process did not identify any changes to the assignment of themes or sub-themes.

N.2.11

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