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#tidetable td, #tidetable th { padding: 5px; border: 1px solid #ccc; } What is the PLA's position on Tidal Energy? The Port of London Authority is supportive of alternative energy solutions in line with sustainable development, national policy and relevant consents. The Port of London Authority would consider the use of the river for energy generation providing that the installations and supporting infrastructure do not h

What is the PLA's position on Heat Source and Cooling systems? The Port of London Authority is supportive of alternative energy solutions in line with sustainable development, national policy and relevant consents. However we have a duty of care to make sure all proposals have minimal impacts on the use of the port, navigational safety, the environment and the river regime. Can the Thames be used for heating and cooling? Recently the Department for Energy

Ken Baxter is a shepherd on tenanted land we own bordering the tidal Thames foreshore. Here he tells Tidal Thames News about working the land and the suicidal tendencies of his sheep... The tidal Thames is famously a river of contrasts. In its waters and along its banks, a wealth of industrial, recreational and commercial activity goes on. But head east by boat, a little way past Tilbury’s busy terminals, and add farming to the mix. Bordering the south side


The Port of London Authority (PLA) is responsible for enforcing many of the laws and regulations that apply on the tidal River Thames.


To achieve the six goals a series of Priority Actions need to be taken by the PLA and others. The full list of actions can be found on this page.


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