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From today until the 28th of May 2013, anyone with views about the Thames Tideway Tunnel can register themselves with the Inspectorate as an ‘interested party’.
It would be the longest tunnel to ever be built under London.There are five hard copies that can be viewed by the public in locations across the capital.
It is not light reading thoughm and is 50,000 pages long, weighs the same as a Ford Fiesta and would take one person 2 and a half years to read it.
From today the public will be able to have their say on the plans for the Thames Tideway Tunnel project.
To have your say you have 42 days to register with the planning inspectorate as an interested party.
You can do that by following this link: Click here
Thames Waters proposals for the project require a number of construction sites, from Acton in the west to Abbey Mills Pumping Station in the east.
There the 15-mile tunnel, the deepest and longest ever constructed in the capital, would join up with the Lee Tunnel, already under construction
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