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PLA News Releases

2021

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24.06.2021

The Port of London Authority is working with property developers, London & Regional, and the Royal Docks Team to deliver the first new shipyard on the Thames for over a century at Albert Island in the London Borough of Newham.

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Plans for London’s first new shipyard in a century
24.06.2021

The Port of London Authority is convening an expert panel webinar on Tuesday, 29 June looking at global trends and the future of the tidal Thames, as part of London Climate Action Week.

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Webinar: global trends and the future of the tidal Thames
21.06.2021

Anthony Fletcher has been appointed head of information technology at the Port of London Authority.

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New head of information technology
18.06.2021

Responsible for the River Thames between Teddington and the North Sea, the PLA is recruiting three apprentices to join its marine operations and engineering teams, based in Gravesend, Kent.

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More apprentices heading to the tidal Thames
17.06.2021

An NHS trust has become the first in the country to pilot a daily riverboat delivery service as part of plans to reduce its carbon footprint.

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First NHS trust pilots riverboat delivery service
15.06.2021

The Port of London Authority is joining London Climate Action Week with a webinar debate about the global factors set to influence the future of the tidal Thames.

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Global factors influencing the future of the tidal Thames
15.06.2021

Scarlett Barnett-Smith, from Gillingham, who started her career as marine apprentice with the Port of London Authority (PLA) has won the 2021 John Percival Award for Best Industry Trainee from the National Workboat Association.

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“Superb student” Scarlett wins prestigious marine trainee award
14.06.2021

A new water safety guide for residents living close to the tidal Thames has been issued to mark the Royal Life Saving Society’s Drowning Prevention Week (19-26 June).

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New safety guide for Thames-side residents
10.06.2021

The Port of London Authority is inviting people to join a series of engagement events it is running as it seeks people’s view on Thames Vision 2050, an updated framework for development of the 95 miles of river from Teddington Lock to the North Sea.

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Thames’ long-term development – debate, webinar and drop-in sessions

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