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Should a Navigational Warning occur within the Port, information and regular updates pertaining to that warning will be displayed here.

The PLA currently has the following vacancies.

The following table details the chartlets available along the River Thames, from Teddington Lock down river to Southend Pier, identifying all current operational cargo and passenger handling berths and tiers, and all Central London passenger vessel operating Piers.

The tidal Thames makes for a beautiful backdrop for these fireworks – but it is important to underline that this is a busy and fast flowing river with many potential hazards that must be treated with respect at all times.

Pilotage section homepage - rebuilt - as imported one failed as Dynamic page.

The Tidal Fluvial flow widget is now available for your website, blog or iGoogle homepage.

Robin Mortimer Robin Mortimer joined the PLA as chief executive officer on 31 March 2014. Robin worked in the UK civil service from 1994, having gained a degree in Modern History from Queen’s College, Oxford University and MSc in Development Studies from SOAS, London University. In the early part of his

The byelaw, No. 49 covers the discharge of sewage into the Thames and requires that vessels licensed under section 124 of the Port of London Act (freight carrying vessels) and houseboats must ensure that no sewage is discharged into the Thames.