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A short film showing the tidal flow at Thames Haven.
A short film showing the tidal flow between Stoneness and Broadness.
11 January 2017: A landmark day on the Thames as a vessel is loaded at Peruvian Wharf for the first time in over 20 years. The Port of London Authority (PLA) recently acquired the strategically important, protected wharf in East London in order to return it to port operations. The barge featured is being loaded with materials cleared from the site as part of enabling works, including access-road construction, readying the site for development. Peruvian Wharf will be let to independent construction and building materials group, Brett, who are developing an integrated terminal on the site, expected to be operational in late 2017.
Cleaner Thames spokesman international explorer Paul Rose speaks to sports and recreation users along the Thames to see what they have to say about the impact of litter the Thames. Cleaner Thames is calling on everyone to help do the right thing by binning litter properly so it doesn’t end up in the Thames.
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.