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Under Section 66 of the Port of London Act, a River Works Licence is required for any works in the River Thames, riverward of the mean high water mark and regardless of ownership of the river bed, including any works under the river or overhanging the river. This process ensures that all developments in the river are assessed for their potential effect on safety of navigation and the environment. To apply for a River Works Licence it is necessary to complete the form 20

The Putney Town Regatta was first held in 1911, the year of the coronation of George V, and the 89th event will take place on Saturday 15th May 2010. There are races for all classes of rowing boats, from single sculls to racing eights, plus occasional races for Thames Watermen's Cutters. The 1200 metre course starts at the Fulham Mile Post and the finish is at the flagpole of the HSBC Rowing Club. For more information visit the a target="_blank" href="/track.cf

The Port of London Authority is having a new £6.9 million mooring maintenance vessel, London Titan, built at the Portland, Dorset yard of Manor Marine.

A new project to review how sediment moves with the Thames

Docklands History Group Annual Symposium - Saturday 23rd March 2013 Revealing London's hidden whaling history, the Greenland Dock and the whaling trades and the place of blubber and oil are just some of the topics due to be examined during the Docklands History Group's Annual Symposium "There She Blows - Aspects of the London Whaling Trade" on 23rd March 2013.

This unique event is rowed over a course of seven miles between the Palaces of Greenwich and Westminster. Each barge is manned under oars by crews of Freemen and Apprentices of the Company of Watermen and Lightermen. The event is designed to ...

What is Thames AIS? Thames AIS was introduced in 2007 as a key navigational safety tool to improve the situational awareness of vessels navigating on the River Thames and to provide additional safety critical information to London VTS. Thames AIS consists of a class ‘A’ transponder with, for certain categories of vessel, additional elements including a geographic display unit and the ability to transmit the number of passengers and crew onboard. table borde

including river works under in or over the tidal Thames foreshore and riverbed and embanked land To ask the PLA to perform a property related search fill in this questionnaire - Property Related Search (Word Document 76kb - opens in a new window). Searches must be submitted in good time as the PLA may be unable to provide urgent or by return replies. Standard response time

Many people drown in the Thames each year. These deaths reflect

The PLA's "Baseline Document" was originally published in June 2007. This document therefore contains information relevant to the integrity of the European Protected site on the Thames Estuary (These are described in the PLA's Conservation Management Framework). In 2014 the document now reviews the whole of the PLA areas to reflect further legal requirements fo the Water Framework Directi