Cremorne Wharf Depot (Kensington and Chelsea)

Cremorne Wharf Depot (Kensington and Chelsea)


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The Cremorne Wharf Depot site is on the northern bank of the River Thames. The site comprises the existing council depot, the Grade II listed Thames Water Lots Road Pumping Station and an area of the river Thames foreshore.

Works Update

19 September 2018

We have taken over the site at Cremorne Wharf Pumping Station, before we can begin the main phase of works on connecting the station to the new Tideway Tunnel, we will begin preparing the site beginning with sewer mitigation works. More Information

Want to know more or get involved?

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.
  • Email our dedicated Community Relations teams available to answer your questions or meet with you, via [email protected]
  • Join our regular Community Liaison Working Group meetings, to attend the meetings or receive the minutes and presentations from past meetings, email [email protected].

Cremorne Wharf Depot - Latest News

16 April 2018 - Up coming works

We're starting works to set up the site at Cremorne Wharf, which will include installing utilities (electricity & water) to support our site welfare and offices. You can find out more information here.

New Community Centre at the World's End Estate

Tideway's Central team has donated money from its community investment fund to the new Big Local Community Centre, in the World’s End Estate in Kensington and Chelsea. This has secured the building’s lease for the next three years, extending its capability to deliver valuable community projects and services. The new Centre was opened by local Councillor Gerard Hargreaves who is also Chair of the Tideway Community Liaison Working Group.

 

Tideway's River Times - Central

The latest issue of Tideway's new regular community newsletter, produced especially for our neighbours in the central section of the project. 

River Times CENTRAL - Autumn 2018 

Cremorne Wharf - Site Information

What are our working hours?

Standard working hours are 8am to 6pm Monday-Friday and 8am-1pm Saturday.  Also, there is a 1 hour mobilisation period before and after the Standard Working Hours, plus maintenance periods on Saturday 1-5pm and Sundays 10am-4pm.

Later in the project there will be some 24-hour working, however this will be underground.

How are we using the river?

We have committed to using river transport as much as possible to reduce the number of heavy goods vehicles on the roads.

At Cremorne Wharf Depot we anticipate an average of one barge movement per day, subject to the tides, with each barge taking approximately 20 heavy goods vehicles off the road.

An anticipated daily average of five heavy goods vehicles will access the site. This will rise to approximately 12 per day over an estimated six-month period during the peak of construction.

Cremorne Wharf - Community Liaison Working Group

  • We hold regular meetings of the Community Liaison Working Group at the Chelsea Academy on Lots Road to update residents on our works. 2018 dates will be available shortly.

Cremorne Wharf Depot - How we are minimising disruption

  • All static machinery and plant is screened or enclosed
  • Hoarding has been erected on the site boundaries
  • Vehicle movements avoid school traffic
  • Use of low level directional lighting
  • The excavated material handling area is enclosed
  • Real-time noise monitoring is being carried out at locations agreed with the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

Cremorne Wharf Depot - Important site documents

 

Submissions to the Council

We are making a number of submissions to the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea as part of the consents we need to secure before starting different phases of work at the Cremorne Wharf site. These submissions are available to view on the Royal Borough's planning portal. Please click here to be redirected. If you are interested on commenting on these submissions, please ensure you respond directly to the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.