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PLA News Releases

2018

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11.06.2018

London is set to welcome harbour masters from around the world later this month, when the International Harbour Masters’ Association (IHMA) holds its biennial Congress in the city.

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International Harbour Masters heading for London
08.06.2018

Today, World Ocean’s Day (8 June 2018) sees the launch of a Litter Strategy for the Thames – a major campaign aimed at tackling the scourge of rubbish, particularly plastics, in the UK’s most famous river.

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Thames Clean up plan launched on World Oceans Day
07.06.2018

At an official welcome review of the barges held at Butler’s Wharf Pier in London on Tuesday 22 May 2018, a reception was held on board the paddle steamer Dixie Queen, London’s largest luxury floating event venue.

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New Tideway class barges welcomed to the Thames
14.05.2018

Investment Plan will underpin greater river use, improved amenity and diversify income streams

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Port of London Authority launches Investment Plan
11.05.2018

The Port of London Authority (PLA) has announced the appointment of Paula Carter as a non-executive director of the Board.

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Paula Carter joins Port Of London Authority Board
08.05.2018

The Port of London Authority (PLA) has announced plans to stop using single-use plastics by World Ocean Day (8 June, 2018) as part of its continued campaign to reduce the amount of rubbish in the Thames.

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PLA backs Cleaner Thames push with single-use plastic commitment
03.05.2018

The Port of London Authority (PLA) has awarded the five-year contract for management of its Central London Cruise Moorings to a joint venture between the Port of Tilbury and MBNA Thames Clippers.

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Port Of London cruise contract goes to Port of Tilbury and MBNA Thames Clippers
01.05.2018

Anyone with an interest in the tidal Thames is welcome to attend the Port of London Authority’s (PLA) public meeting in Thurrock next week.

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Thurrock public meeting for Port Of London Authority
12.04.2018

The Port of London Authority (PLA) has welcomed news that Forth Ports is seeking expressions of interest from contractors in landside and marine works, worth some £80 million, for its proposed port expansion project, Tilbury2. The Planning Inspectorate is considering Forth Ports’ application for a Development Consent Order (DCO) for the scheme, a 152 acre site which was part of the former Tilbury Power Station that will include a new deep water jetty in the river Thames. The site will be developed with a roll-on/roll-off (ro/ro) freight ferry terminal, set to be operated by P&O Ferries and a construction materials and aggregates processing terminal

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Tilbury expansion supports Thames vision growth targets

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