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Tidal Thames Environment and Heritage Conferences

Tidal Thames Environment and Heritage Conference 2019

 ‘The River User’s Perspective: Using the river to bring about improvements to the environment’


On Thursday 31 January 2019 the Port of London Authority host the third Tidal Thames Environment and Heritage Conference at the Museum of London Docklands.

Initiated as part of the governance framework for the Thames Vision in 2017, this conference is now an annual event to highlight the positive environmental stories and lessons learnt relating to the tidal Thames and to report on progress towards delivering the Vision’s environmental objectives. 
If you attended the event this year please complete this feedback form and email it to [email protected].

Presentations from 2019 conference


Session 1 - Setting the scene


Nadine Collins-Smith - PLA - Thames Vision progress to date

Tanya Ferry - PLA - Environment goals update


Session 2 - Recreation, Culture and Community


Vanessa Celosse - Active360 - Paddle & Pick

Andrew Triggs-Hodge - Tideway - Reconnection

Anna Patel - The North Thames Flag - The North Thames Fisheries Local Action Group

Peter Finch - River Thames Society

Francesca Sanchez - Natural England - England Coast Path


Session 3 - River Transport and Freight


Tom Coulter - London Gateway - Compensation Sites, Planet Mark and Air Quality

Geoff Symonds - Thames Clippers - The 'Green' challenge for high speed craft

James Maclean - Land & Water - Rainham Marshes Habitat Creation Scheme

James Trimmer - PLA - Use of Waterbourne Freight


Previous Conferences

To view information and outcomes from the previous two conferences please click links below:

Tidal Thames Environment and Heritage Conference 2017

Tidal Thames Environment and Heritage Conference 2018


Page last updated February 2019