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Tidal Thames News Archive

Tidal Thames News


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In the latest Tidal Thames News, read about Prince William helping to launch our new safety campaign, the Drowning Prevention Strategy for the Tidal Thames. We also unveil our new £1.1 million high-tech radar tower near our HQ in Kent, helping guide vessels in and out of Britain's fastest growing port.


In this edition of Tidal Thames News we talk about the premier of our latest film, at Skills London, Britain's biggest jobs and careers event. We also talk about upcoming work on a 10-year art project, bridge-brightening, after planning permission was recently granted.


This month's edition of Tidal Thames news talks about our work to continuously improve the environmental performance of our operations, by ordering the UK port industry's first-ever hybrid pilot cutter. We also launch our first Air Quality Strategy for the Tidal Thames, aiming to reduce harmful emissions on the river.


In this issue of Tidal Thames news read about how work on a new £200 million port of the tidal Thames is about to start after planning permission was granted. We also give you the low-down on our third annual Tidal Thames Environment and Heritage Conference at the museum of London Docklands.


This edition of Tidal Thames news features information about 'Benny', the 3.5 metre-long beluga whale, who recently made the estuary near our HQ in Gravesend, Kent, her home. We're also celebrating with MBNA Thames Clippers who celebrated carrying its 40 millionth customer.


Our latest edition of Tidal Thames news, we speak about greener water bottles for our afloat staff, a new safety initiative for rowers (a great idea though up by one of our boat crews). One of our Thames radar sires also gets a new technology boost with the installation of a new Base Station and antennae.