In our application for development consent this site intercepts the existing local combined sewer overflow (CSO), known as the North East Storm Relief CSO.

The King Edward Memorial Park Foreshore site is on the northern bank of the River Thames and comprises the foreshore of the Thames adjacent to King Edward Memorial Park and an area in the south of the park, including hard-surfaced sections of the Thames Path, an area of green space and part of the multipurpose sports pitches to the west. The location of the site is shown below.

Construction is assumed to start in 2016 and be complete by 2020. Where appropriate some advance works may be carried out before the main construction period.

Work includes construction of underground structures to connect the CSO to a shaft approximately 60 metres deep with an internal diameter of approximately 20 metres. This shaft would be built in a new area of reclaimed land in front of the existing river wall adjacent to King Edward Memorial Park. It would transfer sewage flows from the CSO to the main tunnel. An area within King Edward Memorial Park would be used temporarily for construction.

While most of the operational structures would be underground, three ventilation columns and an electrical and control kiosk 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.

http://infrastructure.planningportal.gov.uk/projects/london/thames-tideway-tunnel

News about King Edward Memorial Park Foreshore

Jim Fitzpatrick

Public meeting organised for proposed King Edward Memorial Park Foreshore site

Next month Thames Water is holding a public meeting for local people to have their say on the preferred Thames Tunnel site at King Edward Memorial Park Foreshore. This follows three drop-in events held at Glamis Hall on 23, 24…

Richard Aylard at Glamis

Tower Hamlets locals have their say at Glamis Hall

The revised Thames Tunnel plans for a worksite based in the river foreshore next to King Edward Memorial Park (KEMP) in Shadwell came under the scrutiny of locals at a drop-in held at the nearby Glamis Hall in Cable Street…

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,…