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Letter from Professor David Smith

Dr David Smith runs a business consultancy in East London and is a Professor at the University of Hertfordshire Business School. He holds a doctorate in Organisational Psychology from the University of London and is the author of two books and numerous articles on effective evidence based organisational decision- making. He is passionate about preserving [...]

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Save KEMP’s second fundraiser a quiet success

Supporters dropping in to SaveKEMP’s second fundraiser found a friendly, neighbourly atmosphere – together with up-to-date information about Thames Water’s proposals for Phase 2 of the “Super Sewer” consultation.  Thanks to Wapping Vineyard The event was again hosted by a long-standing friend of the campaign, Wapping Vineyard in Garnet Street, Wapping.  Prior commitments to attend [...]

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Thames Water at Glamis Hall

Great way to start the New Year! The meeting scheduled for Jan 5th at Glamis Hall was very successful and it rallied the local community behind the Save KEMP cause. Thames Water turned up in full force, with 4 high calibre representatives but were met with fierce opposition by our group of locals. Since then, [...]

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Emma Dunsire gives a New Year update

The consultation period for the Super Sewer is almost finished. True, we have been given a token extension. “Token” because it only covers the Christmas holiday, when everybody is either away or looking after their kids off from school and is impossible to organise meetings and reach out to people. So we have to ask [...]

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…sorry, we have to close for the day!

Thames Water held a public exhibition at City Hall on 13/14 December as part of the public consultation, offering an opportunity for people to find out more and ask questions about their proposals. Emma Dunsire and her husband who attended Thames Water’s exhibition feel the public consultation on the Thames Tunnel proposal has been unfair [...]

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First rumours

Wapping resident Emma Dunsire gives her view why you should sign the petition to keep King Edward Memorial Park Green: “These extensive works, which will last in excess of 3 and a half years, will damage the mature vegetation and wildlife habitats beyond repair and will make the park, its amenities and the Thames Path unusable for the [...]

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