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The 2013 Port of London Handbook has just been published. Featuring the latest information about the services and terminals in the UK’s second biggest port, the Handbook includes articles about investment at terminals along the river and the PLA services that support river operations. Click a target="_blank" href="/assets/PLA_Handbook_2013_Full.pdf

Introduction The Port of London Authority (PLA), as a Statutory Harbour Authority, has a primary responsibility to facilitate the safety of navigation and associated marine operations on the tidal Thames. The Port Marine Safety Code (PMSC) requires the PLA to maintain a dedicated Marine Safety Management System (SMS), for marine operations, within the port. The Marine SMS must be based on a formal risk assessment of these operations. Formal Risk Assessment

(as amended) The following is an updated version of the original Port of London Act 1968 as at January 2014. Although every effort has been made to ensure the amendments reflect the current position, the original sources must be consulted where complete accuracy of the wording is required. This version will be updated from time to time. Any inaccuracies found should be reported to the Port of London Authority.

Introduction Objectives Structure Terms of Reference Administration Current Membership Introduction The requirements of both the Port Marine Safety Code and the Trust Ports Review formalised the consultation arrangements p

The Creation of the Port of London Authority The 1920’s and First World War The 1930's The Second World War Post 2nd World War The 1950’s The 1960’s The 1970’s Pollution The 1980’s a

This challenge was supported by the PLA in celebration of the Authority's Centenary. A team of eight, including six PLA staff, aimed to conquer the highest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales over a three-day period which saw them travel almost 1300 miles and scale a combined height of 3407 metres. The Challenge, completed between 18th and 21st June 2009, started with an overnight drive of 550 miles from Gravesend to the foot of Ben Nevis near Fort William in Scotland. At first light

Our latest handbook is a must-have guide for anyone moving cargoes into, and out of, the UK via this world-famous port.

A statement of our Occupational Health and Safety Policy is contained in this PDF, view it by clicking here.

Please click here to complete survey With a network of rivers, canals and docks, London’s waterways could provide the perfect mooring base from which to enjoy the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and explore the attractions and cultural events acros

Environment and Management Systems Manager London River House Royal Pier Road, Gravesend, Kent DA12 2BG Tel: 01474 562 221 Or contact online using this form: