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The Port of London The River The PLA The Port of London: handles over 53 million tonnes of cargo, carried in 12,500 commercial vessels that visit; the port each year comprises over 70 operational wharves and encompasses the entire tidal Thames, from Margate/Clacton-on-Sea to Teddington, some 150 kilometres generates over 35,200 full ti

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The PLA’s planning policies seek to translate general UK governmental support for sustainable transport of freight to the specific context and policy environment existing within the Port of London. Policies are based on comprehensive economic forecasting, undertaken in-house together with regular contact with terminal operators, to assess level of investment, throughput. The PLA seek to ensure that policies within regional guidance and local development plans promote the

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Statement of data protection policy adopted by the Port of London Authority The Port of London Authority (PLA) needs to collect and use certain types of information about people with whom it deals in carrying out its statutory and other responsibilities. These include current, past and prospective employees, suppliers, clients, customers and stakeholders as well as others with whom it needs to communicate. In addition, it may occasionally be required by law to collect and use certain

London boasts the most sophisticated and extensive intermodal facilities available anywhere in the UK, with direct road, rail and sea links throughout the country offering savings both in time and cost. Click on the logos to open websites (all open in a new window). Road

River Works licences Annual fees or, in certain circumstances, one-off payment of fees for licenced River Works. Our Estates Management team liaises with owners of licenced developments which include pontoons, piers, pipes and tunnels placed in, over or under the Thames. This includes regular reviews of the value of the licence fees. Operational estate The Estates Team manages

We require accurate information about your vessel in advance of its movement on the River Thames for several reasons: To avoid unnecessary delays to your vessel To provide an efficient service to your vessel To meet statutory requirements Much of the information we ask you for is required under United Kingdom Law related to the safe management of vessel traffic. If you do not provide us with this information we will not be able to a