Residents in Fulham fear 'super sewer' plan


Residents in Fulham are concerned that Thames Water is hoping to knock down homes to make way for a "super sewer" from Hammersmith to Beckton.

The water company has sent households detailed questionnaires which residents feel could be the first step towards Compulsory Purchase Orders. Thames Water insists it is just part of a consultation process.

In this report, Paraic O'Brien interviews Councillor Nicholas Botterill, of Hammersmith and Fulham Council, and Phil Stride of Thames Water.

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