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Thames Vision Project

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1.
What the Thames Means to Me

The 95 miles of tidal Thames is at the heart of life for many millions of people. As we kick off a new project to develop a Vision for the future of the river, we asked a range of people what the river means to them.

2.
Highlights 2014, how we create value and looking ahead to the Thames Vision

From our 2014 Stakeholder Forum, a film looking at the highlights of 2014 on the Thames (and for the PLA), plus how the work we do creates value for society and looking ahead to shaping a Vision for the development of the tidal Thames over the next 20 years.

3.
Voices of the Thames: Emileigh Bridge, Terminal Operative

We interviewed people passionate about the Thames as we started work with stakeholders to develop a Vision for the Tidal Thames. This interview is with: Emileigh Bridge, terminal operative, at London Gateway Port

4.
Voices of the Thames: Jai Gudgion, Thames Helmsman

We interviewed people passionate about the Thames as we started work with stakeholders to develop a Vision for the Tidal Thames. This interview is with: Jai Gudgion, Thames helmsman with the RNLI

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Voices of the Thames: Mark Gleeson, Boat House Manager

We interviewed people passionate about the Thames as we started work with stakeholders to develop a Vision for the Tidal Thames. This interview is with: Mark Gleeson, boat house manager at Imperial College boathouse

6.
Voices of the Thames: John Window, Haven Master

We interviewed people passionate about the Thames as we started work with stakeholders to develop a Vision for the Tidal Thames. This interview is with: John Window, Haven Master who has worked for the PLA for 50 years.

7.
Thames Vision – Goals

A Thames Vision focused flight along the Thames from the mouth to West. It takes in the sights of the port, inland freight, passenger travel, environment, sport, recreation, culture and community, taking in the goals for their future growth set out in the Thames Vision. For more information visit: www.pla.co.uk/ThamesVision

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Thames Vision launch – July 2016

The Thames Vision was launched in early July 2016. The Vision is a framework for the development of the tidal Thames over the next 20 years. Launched with London’s new deputy mayor for transport, Val Shawcross, the Vision sets out six goals for the future. In this film find out about the goals and what some of the contributors to the Vision thought at the launch.