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PLA News Releases




Thames rowers have won prize money totalling £2,000 after being judged among the safest on the river.

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Cash for safe rowers

From today Museum in Docklands is to be known as Museum of London Docklands

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New name and logo for Museum

The Port of London Authority is organising a public meeting on 25 September - giving people an opportunity to discuss current and future matters concerning the Thames.

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Public meeting about the Thames

The Port of London Authority (PLA) has begun a £2 million investment in a fleet of five purpose-built patrol boats that will improve the environmental and operational performance of its patrol vessels on the Thames.

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Port of London Authority's £2 million investment in new patrol boats

The Port of London Authority (PLA) has announced a series of changes to its Board.

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PLA Board Appointments

A £115,000 catamaran, tasked with charting the Thames, has gone into official service with the Port of London Authority (PLA) after being officially named by Basildon MP Angela Smith.

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Cat loose in Port

A new contract signed by the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) will result in increased use of the River Thames to move key construction materials.

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Olympic boost for Thames barge traffic

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