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11.01.2017

The United Kingdom Maritime Pilots Association (UKMPA) is very proud to announce that our Secretary General, Don Cockrill has been recognised in the New Years Honours list.

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UKMPA Secretary General receives MBE
23.12.2016

Essential maintenance work on a vessel maintenance and checking ‘grid’ at Strand on the Green was completed just days before Christmas.

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Strand on the Green project delivered just in time for Christmas
13.12.2016

Thames Rowing Club has won the tenth Port of London Authority (PLA) annual Rowing Safety Award, along with a £1,250 cash prize during a ceremony at their club in Putney.

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Thames Rowing Club scoops tenth annual Rowing Safety Award
08.12.2016

A new pier has been launched in the heart of London after months of challenging construction work in the River Thames.

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How do you build a new pier in one of the busiest cities in the world?
08.12.2016

A student from Graveney School in Tooting has gone afloat for work experience with the Port of London Authority to get a taste for the maritime industry and to learn how the UK’s busiest waterway is kept running safely.

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Working on water
05.12.2016

The Thames Skills Academy has appointed five employer representatives to its board.

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Five new board members for the Thames Skills Academy
28.11.2016

Members of Future of London, the capital’s leading regeneration, housing, infrastructure and economic development network, took to the Thames recently to discuss how the river can add the greatest value for communities.

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Success of London has planning professionals looking to the Thames
25.11.2016

A free guide helping leisure users safely to get the most out of Britain’s most famous tidal river has been revamped by the Port of London Authority.

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Latest Thames recreational users’ guide is Christmas reading essential
20.11.2016

A strategically important protected wharf in East London is set to return to operation after its acquisition by the Port of London Authority.

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East London wharf set for return to cargo handling
14.11.2016

Ships on the tidal Thames blew their horns as a mark of respect when two Gravesend men, who helped keep mariners safe on the river for many years made their last broadcast and retired on the same day.

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Looking out for each other – Thames VTS officers retire on the same day

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