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Grants totalling £40,000 are being offered to organisations working hard to increase participation in rowing, paddling and other sports on the tidal Thames.

PLA chief executive Robin Mortimer has welcomed the announcement that new multimillion pound port Tilbury2 has been given the go ahead.

The PLA is set to recruit a designated maintenance team for river walls and revetments in west London.

Boat operators on the tidal Thames can now assess their fleet’s green credentials, thanks to a Port of London Authority (PLA) monitoring scheme.

Trade through the Port of London reached 53.2 million tonnes last year, a level last seen more than a decade ago.

Turn to the Thames - that’s the advice from three Port of London Authority (PLA) apprentices in a new film for young people considering their career options. The film’s message to would-be engineers from Battersea to Bexley and aspiring mechanics from Richmond to Rochester is that their dream job could lie under their noses on a resurgent tidal River Thames.

Grays Terminal - Berthing/Unberthing Limits and Tug Requirements

More than 250 river stakeholders came together for the Port of London Authority (PLA) annual reception on 12 March. At event, PLA chairman, Christopher Rodrigues delivered a speech covering the key themes of investment, pilotage and jobs. The full text of the speech follows.

Port of London Authority (PLA) employees gathered today (1 April 2019) at their bases along the tidal Thames to mark the 110th anniversary of the organisation’s creation in 1909.