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Thames Water is hosting a two day drop-in exhibition on November 30 and December 1 in Linden House, Upper Mall, as part of its phase two consultation over plans for the Thames Tunnel, or the super sewer as it is widely known.

The exhibition is between 2pm and 8pm on both days, and Hammersmith residents are invited to meet representatives from Thames Water and view and discuss the revised plans.

Thames Water says it has reconsidered its proposals for Hammersmith Pumping Station in Distillery Road since its phase one consultation.

You can read about its new proposals for the site, which is adjacent to the new Fulham Reach development being built by housebuilder St George, on the Thames Tunnel Consultation site.

Thames Water is also holding drop-in exhibitions in Fulham, where local campaigners have reacted with fury to the news that Thames Water has chosen Carnwath Road on Fulham's riverside as its preferred site for the construction of an access shaft to the tunnel, switching from its original preferred site across the river at Barn Elms.

They are a three day drop-in exhibition at The Worx in Heathman's Road off Parsons Green On Thursday and Friday December 1 and 2, from 2pm till 8pm and Saturday December 3, from 10am till 4pm; and an extra exhibition at Parsons Green Sports and Social Club in Broomhouse Lane on December 15 and 16 from 2pm till 8p.

Hammersmith and Fulham Council, which has consistently campaigned against the entire Thames Tunnel project, is also holding what it is dubbing a Super Sewer Summit at Hurlingham and Chelsea School in Peterborough Road on December 7 at 7pm.

Thames Water is also inviting people to comment on its revised plans for the tunnel on the consultation website.