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Population growth and the weakness of a combined sewerage system meant that by the late 20th century the condition of river Thames was under scrutiny for contravention of the Urban Wastewater Treatment Directive. The solution, a 7.2 m diameter by 25 km long deep storage tunnel costing over £4bn is the largest and most complex sewerage project undertaken in the UK for over a century. This presentation will look at the recent history of the Thames, the investigation, planning and financing of the project and the current status of construction work.
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Ian Aikman spent nearly 30 years working on the rehabilitation of sewerage and water supply systems. He took part in a review of Thames Water's initial proposal for the Tideway scheme, which is the subject of this talk. Although Ian is now retired he has maintained an interest in the schemes progress. Ian is member of both the ICE and the Kendal Engineering Society.