A pedestrian underpass will be turned into an emergency pond to hold millions of litres of floodwater in south London.
Croydon Council said that the Purley Cross underpass will be used to hold water pumped from around 400 under-threat local buildings, and to stop a water treatment works that supplies tens of thousands of homes from flooding.
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