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John Lyall bags planning for £4.4 million sludge cake factory

John Lyall Architects has landed planning permission for this £4.4 million sewage treatment scheme at Crossness in south east London

The London Borough of Bexley this week approved the facility which turns raw sewage into agricultural fertiliser ‘cakes’.

The louvered cast glass and etched concrete structure will be constructed just yards away from the Grade I-listed Crossness Pumping Station, designed by engineer Joseph Bazalgette and architect Charles Henry Driver.

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