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Asked by Sarah Olney
(Richmond Park)
Asked on: 29 January 2020
Department for Transport
Passenger Ships: River Thames
Commons
To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, when he last met with operators of older passenger boats on the River Thames to discuss the proposals made by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency on the use of those boats.
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Answered by: Ms Nusrat Ghani
Answered on: 07 February 2020

Officials from the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) last met with London Operators on 24 October 2019, which was the most recent occurrence of the routine biannual London Operator’s meeting.

The MCA has also held 5 Workshops on the proposals since 2016, supplemented by updates and discussions at the regular Domestic Passenger Ship Steering Group which includes industry representation from across the UK.

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