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Interserve team picked for £200m Thames Gateway job

An Interserve consortium has clinched a £200 million job to build the Thames Gateway Water Treatment Plant for Thames Water.

The team made up of Interserve, Atkins Water and Spanish company Acciona will build the first plant in London to take brackish water from the tidal Thames, with capacity to supply up to 140 million litres of water a day - enough for 400,000 households.

Work has now-recommenced after a planning appeal made by former Mayor of London Ken Livingston was rejected by the Government and new Mayor Boris Johnson decided not to purse a further legal challenge.

The contract, worth £50 million to Interserve, is expected to be complete by late 2009.

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