West Londoners are being asked their views on a Thames Water sewer flooding alleviation scheme.
The water company is holding a public consultation on its proposals to build Counters Creek sewer flooding alleviation scheme and wants to hear the opinions of people living the Hammersmith and Fulham borough and Kensington and Chelsea.
The consultation opened in November and runs until February 8, during which time those living or working ion the two boroughs are invited to submit feedback to the plans.
Thames Water says the scheme will safeguard 1,700 homes and businesses that have suffered from sewer flooding in recent years across the two boroughs.
It is currently running a series of road shows in the two boroughs to explain its proposals. Times and locations of these can be found at www.thameswater.co.uk/counterscreek
Feedback can be left by visiting the same website or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Customers can also phone 0800 316 9800 quoting reference BB967626 or writing to Counters Creek flooding alleviation scheme consultation, Freepost RTHE-CJYY-CXCJ, St Peter Street, Winchester, SO23 8BW.
Last year people in Fulham lost a battle to stop a super sewer on the riverside.