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A riverside haven for visiting mariners from all over the world has been giving a helping hand this Christmas by the Port of London Authority (PLA). Every year, Tilbury Seafarers’ Centre volunteers wrap up more than 1,500 parcels for crew members whose ships are calling at the Port of London over the festive period. Many of the visiting seamen have not seen loved ones for months and are really happy to accept gifts at a time of year when they’re most missing home.

The Port of London Authority (PLA) has broken new ground in the maritime sector, publishing the first draft Air Quality Strategy for a UK port. The PLA has been developing the strategy in the light of projected growth in river use over the next twenty years and concerns about air quality in urban centres. The aim of the strategy, which covers the tidal Thames from Teddington Lock to Southend, is to reduce emissions to air from marine sources within the tidal River Thames, while facilitating the Port and London’s future growth. The move comes less than 12 months after the PLA made London the first UK port to offer a ‘green’ discount on charges for ships using cleaner technology.

Starting salary: £40,167 per annum inclusive of allowances (after training)

University of London Boat Club is the latest tidal Thames rowing club to win the Port of London Authority (PLA) annual Rowing Safety Award. Now in its 11th year, the award winners received a £1,000 cash prize. PLA chief harbour master, Bob Baker commented: “University of London Boat Club have previously been runners-up and are deserved winners. It’s great to see a highly competitive student club with such a sound safety culture.”

Notices Remaining in Force at 1st January 2018

NABSO's remaining in force at 1st January 2018

Upper Pool - The Tower of London - 2018 Gun Salutes


London’s river and emergency authorities have issued simple guidance to the public on what to do if they see a marine mammal in the tidal Thames, as more harbour seals, grey seals and harbour porpoises visit the river and its banks. The tidal Thames, particularly in Central London, is attracting increasing numbers of marine mammals – the latest annual seal survey from ZSL (Zoological Society of London) reported over 3,000 animals of both species living in the estuary &n

The Thames Skills Academy (TSA) has announced the appointment of Dr Katherine Riggs as chief executive officer.