Chingford Reservoirs

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Chingford Reservoirs
Site of Special Scientific Interest
Chingford Reservoirs.jpg
Looking south over the twin basins of the King George V Reservoir and the William Girling Reservoir in background
Area of Search Greater London
Essex
Grid reference TQ371953
Interest Biological
Area 391.3 hectares
Notification 1986
Location map Magic Map

The Chingford Reservoirs is the collective name for the King George V Reservoir and the William Girling Reservoir, which form part of the Lee Valley Reservoir Chain in the London Boroughs of Enfield and Waltham Forest and Epping Forest in Essex.[1] They were constructed by John Mowlem & Co.

They are a biological Site of Special Scientific Interest.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "Chingford Reservoirs citation". Natural England. 

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Coordinates: 51°38′20″N 0°01′19″W / 51.63889°N 0.02194°W / 51.63889; -0.02194