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Boris Johnson called on to halt opening; Investigate asbestos risk.
People attending the East London Pleasure Gardens  could be at risk of deadly toxic airborne asbestos particles.
London Pleasure Gardens in Pontoon Dock, East London were backed by Mayor Boris Johnson  and will take place on land which has been subject to an contaminated land assessment showing the presence of contaminants including asbestos which could be harmful to human health.
The Millennium Mill  on the site has not been included in any of the risk assessments. London Development Agency reports show that the building contains considerable amounts of asbestos.
As Millennium Mills is infested with asbestos, wake turbulence  from London City Airport jets could have a serious detrimental effect on the building and it needs to be established that asbestos could not be released into the air. Cancer causing Asbestos  is at it’s most lethal when disturbed and breathed in, which it exactly what wake turbulence could potentially do to it, showering dust particulars down on the 30,000 people in the London Pleasure Gardens below.
The effects of Wake Turbulence were reported and considered in the London Cable Car application yet have been ignored here. 
Alan Haughton said “I have written to Boris Johnson asking him to halt this opening immediately.Asbestos is dangerous and no risks should be taken.London City Airport should have been objecting to this from day one.They know the Wake Turbulence risks”
Alan Haughton 07909 907 395
 Wake turbulence is turbulence caused by aircraft as it passes through the air and is especially hazardous to the area around take off and landing.