King George’s Park
Following a pause as part of our response to the COVID-19 outbreak, we have resumed some works at our King George's Park site. We have introduced several additional precautions so that our team can do this work safely to continue building the super sewer.
The end of 2019, our King George's Park site met the biggest milestone yet for the whole Tideway Project.
Charlotte, the Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) creating the Frogmore Connection Tunnel, broke through into the shaft, thus completing half of her journey. You can read about the break through here.
Charlotte has been driven back over to Dormay Street where she will complete the rest of the Frogmore Connection Tunnel towards Carnwath Road Riverside. You can read about this here.
The site team are working on the secondary lining on the completed section of the Frogmore Connection Tunnel and preparing the site for the Kiosk installation.
For more information, look at the latest CLWG presentation on the tab below.
Our standard working hours are (with a 1-hour mobilisation period before and after these times):
Monday – Friday: 8am – 6pm
Saturday: 8am – 12 midday
Additionally, we have maintenance periods on the weekend:
Saturday: 1 – 5pm
Sunday: 10am – 4pm
There will be no 24-hour working at this site.
As a precautionary measure due to the current public health situation, our Community Liaison Working Group meetings are currently postponed.
We’re sorry for any inconvenience this might cause, however please get in touch via our 24-hour Helpdesk on 08000 30 80 80 or email [email protected] if you would like to speak to a member of the team.
The date for the next King George's Park and Dormay Street CLWG will be available shortly.
You can see the the minutes and presentation from the last CLWG below. If you are interested in finding out more about our community liaison working group please email [email protected].
Our King George's Park site team are committed to managing our works and mitigating any impacts. Examples of measures we currently have in place include:
Hoarding has been erected along the site boundary
The contractor is protecting the trees, in particular the Black Poplar tree along the boundary with Neville Gill Close and the Red Oak tree at the northern edge of the park
The site area will be returned to public use as soon as practicable, including potential phasing
Set limits to control activities, such as noise (Section 61 approval) from LB Wandsworth
There are lots of ways to find out what’s happening at this site, you can:
Call our 24 hour Tideway Helpdesk 08000 30 80 80 or email [email protected].
Take a moment to read the latest updates on the noticeboards on our hoardings.
Visit Tideway's Community Information Centre at Carnwath Road, the first Tuesday of the month, 3pm – 7pm. Our team will be able to answer your questions and talk about the work.
Join our regular Community Liaison Working Group meetings, to attend the meetings or receive the minutes and presentations from past meetings, email [email protected]. Meeting details will be emailed, published online and on site hoardings.