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The Port of London Authority's Centenary Concert 'Celebrating London and the Sea' raised over £12,000 to help fund the RNLI's essential life saving operations on the Thames. Celebrities from the world of classical music and members of the Royal Family backed the fundraising event at Cadogan Hall

This book is a history of the PLA , specially commissioned to mark the organisation’s centenary on 2009. Written by Nigel Watson, the book is a short introduction to the institution that, after a century of service, still plays an important role in the prosperity of the country and its capital city. The book covers the origins of the Authority, which brought order to

PLA Centenary 100 mile cycle ride Alex and Dudley at The British Pilo

The PLA has been re-compiling its series of A0 1:2500 scale charts into A2 size 1:5000 colour charts more suitable for navigational use. These will be issued as two folios of charts, covering Teddington to Putney (charts 301 - 312) and Battersea to Woolwich (charts 313 - 323).&

In the 16th century, a merchant ship sank to the bottom of the Thames where it lay undisturbed for 500 years. It was discovered by the Port of London Authority during investigations for the Princes Channel deepening, and it was clear from the outset tha

Bob Briscoe, 96, the oldest PLA pensioner at the gathering at Tilbury Cru

Public meetings about the tidal Thames The Port of London Authroity hosts public meetings to discuss developments on the parts of the River Thames that it oversees. Our most recent public meeting relat

The PLA's divers recovered artefacts before the wreck was lifted/str

If you have an enquiry concerning the Reeves and Fines Fund please contact Glenn Witham on 01474 562258.