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PLA News Releases




Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury, Priti Patel MP, visited The Port of Tilbury’s London Distribution Park today (25 November) for a ‘turf-cutting’ ceremony to officially mark the start of construction of the first bespoke warehouse building on the 70-acre warehousing development.

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Treasury Minister marks start of construction at Tilbury

Ian Moncrieff CBE has been appointed as non-executive director on the Port of London Authority (PLA) Board.

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Ian Moncrieff to Join Port of London Authority Board

The Port of London Authority (PLA) recently presented its seventh annual rowing safety awards, with Putney-based Vesta Rowing Club named as overall winner.

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Vesta Rowing Club Scoops Rowing Safety Prize

The Port of Tilbury has invested £250,000 into restoring a historical landmark, which features prominently on the Thames skyline.

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Port of Tilbury Restores Historical Landmark

Thames21 is excited to announce the launch of our 4th annual photography competition.

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Capture the Essence of London’s Waterways (Thames21 news release)

London Container Terminal in Tilbury announces today (21 November) an agreement with short-sea shipping and logistics specialists Oldenburg-Portugiesische Dampfschiffs-Rhederei (OPDR) to handle over 200 calls per annum.

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Tilbury's London Container Terminal Wins OPDR Service

The largest cargo vessel ever to call at the Port of Tilbury docked at the end of October 2013.

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Port of Tilbury Handles its Largest Cargo Vessel

A public meeting about the River Thames will take place at HQS Wellington, London, WC2 2PN on Tuesday 19 November 2013 from 6.30pm

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Public Meeting About the River Thames

Estuary Services Limited’s (ESL) two new pilot launches were officially named in Ramsgate today (Thursday, 31 October 2013).

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£2 Million Pilot Launches Named

The River Thames is the latest iconic global location to appear on Street View after the Port of London Authority teamed up with Google UK

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River Thames Joins South Pole and Red Square on Google Street View

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