River Thames sites 'threatened' by super-sewer


A £3.6bn "super-sewer" project is threatening plans to build homes alongside the Thames, a council has said.

Thames Water is considering a stretch along the river in Fulham - at Hurlingham, Whiffin Wharf and Carnwath Road Business Park - as the location for a storage tank for the sewer.

Hammersmith and Fulham Council said its plans for new homes and businesses would suffer if the tank was built.

Thames Water said the sites were meant for regeneration or industrial use.

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