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17.07.2017

Year three students from Unicorn School in Kew have visited the Port of London Authority managed Richmond Lock and Weir to learn about the River Thames as part of their national curriculum course work.

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Richmond Lock & Weir Turns Classroom
07.07.2017

The Port of London Authority is swapping diesel vans for the lightweight Kawasaki Mule utility vehicles, in a trial that is expected to reduce operational emissions and fuel use.

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Mule Takes the Strain for the PLA
03.07.2017

The Port of London Authority (PLA) and Shell will be running an emergency exercise on the Thames, in the vicinity of Canvey Island, on Tuesday, 4 July.

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Emergency Exercise Notice Tuesday 4 July 2017
29.06.2017

Thames Festival Trust in partnership with the Port of London Authority is proud to announce that this year’s Thames Lens photography competition is now open.

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Thames Lens 2017 Announcement
27.06.2017

This week the Port of London Authority and the London Tilbury Seafarers Centre (LTSC) is distributing food gift bags to crews visiting the port, to show their appreciation during Seafarers Awareness week.

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Bags Full of Appreciation
19.06.2017

The Port of London Authority is inviting over 16s to take a look at its opportunities for apprenticeships at a special Open Day on Friday, 30 June.

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Port of London Authority Apprenticeship Open Day: 30 June 2017
14.06.2017

The Port of London Authority has broken ground for the construction of a new radar tower in Northfleet, Kent, as part of the 18-strong radar network it operates, overseeing safe navigation on the UK’s busiest waterway.

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Eagle’s Eye: New Kent Radar for Port of London Authority
19.05.2017

‘Paddlers’ taking to the Thames have a new safety bible to turn to: the “Paddling Code” (Paddling on the Tideway – A Code of Practice for Paddling on the Tidal Thames) produced by the Port of London Authority, working with British Canoeing and several Thames based paddling organisations.

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New Guide for Paddlers on the Thames
09.05.2017

The Port of London Authority launched its latest safety campaign, focused on the Human Factor, at its Annual Stakeholder Forum today (Tuesday, 9 May).

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Latest PLA safety campaign targets human error
05.05.2017

The Port of Tilbury, London’s major port, has this week been awarded an internationally recognised quality mark – the Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) - issued by Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC).

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Tilbury secures UK’s first AEO accreditation for a multipurpose port

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