Welcome to the Thames Estuary Partnership
Working together for the sustainable future of our estuary
The Thames Estuary Partnership approaches the challenge of managing the estuary from a viewpoint that values the contribution of all estuary users. We seek to learn from and work with their knowledge and expertise. As a neutral champion we bring together as diverse a mix of people as it's possible to find - yet all share a concern for our estuary.
Our network runs from Tower Bridge in London to the Isle of Grain in Kent and Shoeburyness in Essex.
Talk of the Thames - Summer 2013
Special Edition - Water Framework Directive
My Estuary: Peter Kent
River Restoration - River Moselle, River Ravensbourne, Hampton Court Palace
Defending the Estuary - Slough Fort
Sweet Thames, Run Softly
Talk of the Thames - Summer 2013 (5.39 MB)
Thames Estuary Partnership Stakeholder Forum 2013
Save the Date
Thursday 7th November 2013
Royal Geographical Society, Kensington Gore, London
9:30am - 3:45pm
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Our Action Groups
Many different sectors have a stake in the Thames Estuary. To reflect this diversity of interests, we have set up Action Groups as part of the management and function of the Thames Estuary Partnership. Each Action Group comes together several times every year, depending on the issues under discussion, and out of these meetings projects may develop. They are open to new members. [more]
A community approach to river management. A joint project between Thames Estuary Partnership (TEP) and environmental charity Thames21 that covers the tidal area of the River Thames – from Teddington Lock near Richmond-upon-Thames downstream to Haven Point on the north bank of the Thames Estuary in Essex and Warden Point on the south bank in Kent.