Dear team, I currently reside in Creekmouth and the smell from the sewage treatment plant is unbearable. Unfortunatelly, your post has been an unpleasant surprise. After years of complaints from residents nearby, it is incredible your thinking about expanding plant (in order to be able to serve the growing society of London). YES, LONDON IS GROWING EVERY DAY. That's the reason why if you sought to provide a GOOD SERVICE to society. Are you saying that making residents' lives more difficult with the smell your plant produces is a good service? Yes, you are right, for people who can afford a house elsewhere it will be a better service... As you said before, the population grows year by year and what was once the outskirts of London, is now a residential area. Unfortunately, not everyone can afford a house in City of London or Canary wharf. I think that if you were focused on improving the service, tyou would use the time, effords and money to reduce the smell coming from the plant since it is influencing the lives of MANY families. In addition, it is expected that by barking riverside there will be more than 10,000 homes that do not yet exist and will be next to the plant. In my opinion, I think you are making big mistakes in determining the problem. Focus on not tormenting the residents please rather than looking for more profits in that area.
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