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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> Official Objection To ThamesGateway Bridge
عدد مرات القراءة 19582006-04-27

LONDON'S GREEN MEP: OFFICIAL OBJECTION TO THAMES GATEWAY BRIDGE

As the enquiry into the Thames Gateway Bridge draws to a close London’s
Green MEP, Jean Lambert, has submitted a formal objection against the
development that could destroy the lives of East London residents.

Jean, who recently received confirmation from the EU Commission that
London’s air quality is in breach of EU laws, warned that the bridge
will only worsen the situation. As she submitted the objection Jean
commented; “London’s air quality is already in a worrying state. In
Greenwich only one of the eight active air quality monitoring sites met
EU standards in 2005 and Bexley is in a similarly poor situation with
four of the five monitoring sites failing. We should not even be
proposing a project that will knowingly break the rules.

“Traffic in the area is already busy and the introduction of the Thames
Gateway Bridge and a Crossrail station nearby will mean that the area
south of the river will become a commuter hub. With no planned
facilities for traffic approaching the bridge, traffic congestion and
air pollution is likely to reach an all time high. The council will then
be forced to widen Knee Hill, a narrow road bounded by ancient woodland,
leading to another loss of amenity and biodiversity."

The formal objection also raised concerns over the effects on schools in
the area. Being close to the bridge, schools in the surrounding area
would be plagued with noise and air pollution having severe detrimental
effects on the children’s health.

There is an extremely strong case against the proposed Thames Gateway
Bridge, which has been made by a significant number of organisations,
community groups and local residents. The formal objection from Jean
Lambert MEP highlights some of the major reasons for rejecting the
proposal to build the Thames Gateway Bridge.






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