November 28, 2018

After more than three years relentless campaigning, we are delighted to report that the plans for London's cruise ship port at Enderby wharf have been shelved. Our campaign called for clean onshore power supplies to be incorporated as part of the plans in order to prev...

September 8, 2018

Following Morgan Stanley's recent announcement to the press that they are drafting new plans for the Enderby Wharf development, we wrote to Morgan Stanley this week asking them to take on board the community's hopes for a clean cruise port at the site. 

For too long res...

September 6, 2018

The BBC were back in Greenwich again over the summer to cover our campaign and to report on the cruise ships that are already coming up the Thames. A total of 34 cruise ships will have visited London  and docked at the PLA piers by the end of the September - 16 in Gree...

September 6, 2018

"Toxic Port owner working on new proposals for Enderby Wharf"

Our local reporter from the News Shopper, Tom Bull,  has secured confirmation from Morgan Stanley that they're working on a new plan for Enderby Wharf. Well done, Tom!

This is excellent news and a major develo...

September 6, 2018

A big moment for us in June, when we attended Greenwich's full council meeting in Woolwich to deliver our 7,000 strong petition to the new leader of the Council, Danny Thorpe, and to plead our case on the cruise terminal. Stephen Brain, councillor for Peninsula ward wh...

At the National Air Quality summit organised by the Mayor of London on the eve of Clean Air Day last week, focus was firmly fixed on reducing pollution on our roads. And rightly so. That's where the greatest threat to the nation's health comes from in terms of air poll...

June 3, 2018

This week saw a major step forward in our campaign for a clean cruise port. The newly elected leader of Greenwich Council, Danny Thorpe, has backed a “green" cruise terminal and made the call to get developers back round the table. He made his comments to the News Shop...

May 20, 2018

The following post is an extract from the Greenwich Society's June Newsletter. Our thanks to Greenwich Society for supporting the No Toxic Cruise Port campaign.

Across the Royal Borough hustings meetings in the run up to the May 3rd local elections were dominated by one...

May 14, 2018

Why it's so important we have an onshore power supply at Enderby Wharf

The first big cruise ship of the season, the Viking Sun, came to Greenwich for the May Bank Holiday weekend. The Viking Sun is the first of 16 ships to come to Greenwich over the summer and there are...

May 9, 2018

No Toxic Cruise Port would like to express its sincere congratulations to all candidates elected to serve as councillors for the Royal Borough of Greenwich following the 2018 local elections.

We extend particular good wishes to Councillors Brain, Lloyd and Scott-Mc Dona...

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