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Sunday 28 September 2008 7.34am
Can anyone tell me where I can find details of what is being planned for chambers wharf. I live opposite and see demolition moving forward rapidly.
Sunday 28 September 2008 10.21am
The developer's website is http://www.chambers-wharf.co.uk/

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Thursday 22 January 2009 12.58am
3 demolition pix at the start of a gallery of local shots over the past few days: http://tinyurl.com/8zz8c8
Wednesday 28 January 2009 10.01pm
Here's a regularly updated thread on the demoltion if you want more info...

http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=717142

Tuesday 12 October 2010 7.19pm
Chambers Wharf was due to come back to the planning committee tonight becaus ethe section 106 agreement had not been signed and therefore the planning permission for the St Martin development had not been issued.

Planning officers had recommended refusal. This seems to have jolted St Martin into signing the agreement and therefore the decision notice has been issued.

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Wednesday 4 January 2012 8.10pm
any one have a brief overview of the new sewerage plant and the effects on Chambers Wharf and surrounding area please
Friday 6 January 2012 5.46pm
Anyone wanting a good butchers around the Chamber Wharf site get in there quick.. this morning the wind knocked some of the fencing over so you can sneak in...

Maybe it's watching too many episodes of The Sweeney but still love exploring a bit of overgrown wasteland in the middle of London..
Friday 6 January 2012 6.01pm
IS IT DESTINED FOR A SEWAGE PLANT>
Friday 6 January 2012 6.17pm
A couple of years ago:



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