You searched for
Results 51 to 60 of 1414
This annual event is organised by the Gravesend Regatta Committee. The 2012 Race will take place on Sunday 3rd June, off Gravesend Riverside at 11.30am.
Most birds are present within the designated areas of interest during low tide in the winter months. The dredging activities mostly occur around times of high water, and so these birds are not generally present during this time (PLA, 2004). The dredging activities within this stretch of river are primarily undertaken by water injection dredgers anything up to 4 times a year. The areas being dredged are the jetties and the main navigation channels which are heavily used by many types o
For the purposes of this assessment, key species are defined as those species that are either specifically cited as being internationally important regularly occurring Annex 1 species or migratory species, or which are present in nationally important populations. Avocet Avocet is the only Annex 1 waterfowl species for which the Thames Estuary and Marshes SPA is designated and is present in internationally important numbers, so it can arguably be considered to be its sing
A scene from the 2013 Race (Click
Regattas have been held at Richmond for many centuries but the modern event was started in 1950 to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of the Borough of Richmond. It is now one of the biggest regattas held on the tidal Thames, regularly attracting over 150 entries, with classes for veteran, senior, novice and junior categories with male, female and mixed crews. Spectator numbers often exceed one thousand throughout the day. Refreshments and food are available all day in an enclo
Overview The Port of London Authority (PLA) has the busiest port hydrographic department in the UK with nine surveyors and support staff comprising 18 employees in total. The department has 3 dedicated survey craft fitted with Multibeam Echo Sounder Systems. The PLA Hydrographic Service
The Thames Barge Driving Trust was formally constituted in January 2016, which was formally known as Transport on Water (TOW). The original organisation was started by a group of Journeymen Lightermen and Watermen in 1974 in an attempt to reverse the decline of the traditional Lighterage industry on the River Thames.
Picture © Jetman UK The Port of London Authority (PLA), in partnership with its key stakeholders, has developed a Code of Conduct for Personal W
Annual Report and Accounts 2012 Annual Report and Accounts 2011 Annual Report and Accounts 2010 Annual Report and Accounts 2009 Annual Report and Acc
Consultation Feedback Please click here for ongoing Navigational Safety Consultations. 2017 Informal Public Consultation On Regulations to the Pilotage Directions >> Read PDF Consultation on the review of the Stoneness Light a href="/assets/stonenes
Results 51 to 60 of 1414