Residents' fears over Thames Water's super-sewer plan

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Residents in parts of south-east London have said they fear their neighbourhood could be ruined due to the construction of Thames Water's £3.6bn "super-sewer".

The 20-mile (32km) Thames Tunnel would run from west to east, broadly following the river, collecting sewage discharge triggered by rainfall.

But people in Rotherhithe said the work would cause huge disruption and destroy the little green space they have.

Thames Water said final decisions on work sites had not been made.

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