Monthly Archives: May 2015

Monthly Archives: May 2015

Some answers on the Thames Super sewer

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Just before the election, I met the team working on the Thames super sewer to discuss its likely impact on Wapping. Click here to see the original article. I asked them some questions about likely disruption in Wapping from construction works and they said they’d get back to me, which they’ve now done (they actually replied in March but their email got lost in the ether). I paste below the answer I received. Read on if you’d like to know what’s happening with the …

Construction Traffic on the Highway

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I hoped to ask the question below at the last Full Council meeting. However, as the usual chaos descended, we didn’t get anywhere near it on the order paper. I have now been sent a reply from Cllr Rabina Khan. Question from Councillor Julia Dockerill: Is the Mayor aware that a significant number of major developments are either underway or at planning stage on both sides of the Highway, including the London Dock, the Topps Tiles and Alan Day sites, …

Getting Wapping Fixed, One Puddle at a Time

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Before Christmas, I had managed to get some work done on the pavement outside the shops on Wapping Lane. As a result, we now have a flatter pavement around the crossing and post box that doesn’t create massive puddles when it rains. Hurray! Original article  here I asked Wapping residents to let me know if the work had fixed the flooding problem. A few days later there was an almighty rainstorm and bam! the bloomin’ pavement flooded again (albeit not …