In our application for development consent this site is used to drive the main tunnel to Abbey Mills Pumping Station, receive the main tunnel from Kirtling Street and receive the Greenwich connection tunnel from Greenwich Pumping Station.

The Chambers Wharf site is on the southern bank of the River Thames. It comprises brownfield land, an area of the foreshore and areas of highway.  The location of the site is shown below.

Construction is assumed to start in 2016 and be complete in 2021. Where appropriate some advance works may be carried out before the main construction period.

Work includes construction of a main tunnel shaft approximately 58 metres deep with an internal diameter of approximately 25 metres. This shaft would be constructed on the eastern side of the site behind the temporary cofferdam and behind the existing line of the river wall.

While most of the operational structures would be underground, ventilation structures and kiosks would be permanent above ground features.

Please refer to the application documentation on the Planning Inspectorate’s website (link below) for full details of our proposals for this site.

News about Chambers Wharf

Phil Stride at Beormund

Debating Chambers

Approximately 50 people attended the opening day of our Thames Tunnel drop-in consultation event at the Beormund Community Centre, near the proposed major construction site at Chambers Wharf, Bermondsey. Visitors included representatives from ‘Save Your Riverside’, a local group opposed…

Couple from Wandsworth and feedback form

Consultation, consultation, consultation

Our biggest week yet of Thames Tunnel consultation events starts today. This afternoon our latest drop-in exhibitions open at the WWT London Wetland Centre (Queen Elizabeth Walk, SW13 9WT) and the Battersea Dogs and Cats Home (4 Battersea Park Road,…

Save KSG photo

The first week of phase two consultation

Since we launched the second phase of consultation a week ago, we have been busy briefing local groups and other stakeholders to gather feedback on our revised plans for the Thames Tunnel. On Tuesday (8 November), Phil Stride (Head of…