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Tidal Thames Environment and Heritage Conference 2019

‘The River User’s Perspective: Using the river to bring about improvements to the environment’


On Thursday 31 January 2019 the Port of London Authority will be hosting the third Tidal Thames Environment and Heritage Conference at the Museum of London Docklands.

Initiated as part of the governance framework for the Thames Vision in 2017, this conference is now an annual event to highlight the positive environmental stories and lessons learnt relating to the tidal Thames and to report on progress towards delivering the Vision’s environmental objectives. 
The focus this year will be on how we are all delivering improvements whilst using the river. The draft agenda for the day can be found here.

Kindly register your interest to attend on Eventbrite at this link. Registration will close on Friday 18 January.

For more information on the Thames Vision 2035, please click on this link.

If you have any queries or require more information about the event, please do get in touch with Samantha Broome (samantha.broome@pla.co.uk) or by telephone on 01474 562364. 

Please also revisit this page from 28 January for the full agenda, and after the event to complete the feedback form.

To view information and outcomes from the previous two conferences please click links below:

Tidal Thames Environment and Heritage Conference 2017

Tidal Thames Environment and Heritage Conference 2018


We look forward to seeing you there.


Page last updated January 2019