Reopen “The Rill” at More London

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karen fitzsimon
3 years ago
I enjoyed seeing the rill & the way it brought a connection to the Thames & culverted London rivers. It created an attractive & interesting feature in a sea of paving. It also played on historic place making where streams were often allowed to run through the market - eg the existing one in the centre of Frome, Somerset.

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Margaret Ritchie
3 years ago
This was an interesting water feature where I used to take my grandson to play when he was little. Lots of children loved to visit it.

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Lorna hay
3 years ago
I love this and loved in the area for years! My children played in the water and it was a lovely bit of nature. Don’t ruin it!!!

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Doug Green
3 years ago
It was a nice feature that surely could have stayed.

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Richard Gibbons
3 years ago
As the district's regeneration nears completion, covering up this understated water feature integral to the landscape design of More London after 16 years is absurd. Rethink. Restore. Reawaken.

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Dave Hill
3 years ago
For ten years my work has often taken me to City Hall and The Rill was one of the best things about the journey.

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Jack Gregory
3 years ago
This is tantamount to vandalism, the rill was a beautifully designed landscape feature which added a distinct character to the area. Unilaterally removing it is a crass submission to some vague notion of 'health and safety'. Southwark Council, please refuse retrospective permission for this and order it to be be reinstated.

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Sophie Brewer
3 years ago
It was a beautiful water feature and I hate that the council have filled it in.

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Chris Brown
3 years ago
Corporate destruction of public benefits while flagrantly ignoring planning laws is simply wrong. Real estate corporations need to learn to become good neighbours, or lose their licence to operate

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Jenny Wilson
3 years ago
The Rill was a wonderful link between London Bridge and the river and has delighted many people over the years, such a shame for it to be closed.