April

The Port of Poole continues to support supply chains and keep freight flowing at this critical time. We are open for business and continue to review our working practices, implementing new measures when required to keep us aligned with the latest UK Government guidance.  [caption id="attachment_3094" align="alignright"...

There is no higher priority for an organisation than the safety and well-being of their workforce. At Poole Harbour Commissioners we want to encourage, recognise and reward colleagues who have gone above and beyond their duties, and who innovate and promote safer ways of working. Therefore,...

The Royal Yachting Association (RYA) and British Marine urge recreational boaters to respect Government instructions to ‘Stay at home’.  In a bid to limit the spread of COVID-19, and to ease unnecessary pressure on frontline emergency services, the RYA ask recreational boaters to stay at home....

In accordance with Government guidelines, the Port of Poole remains open for business. Supporting supply chains and keeping freight flowing at this critical time is a national priority. We would like to reassure our customers and partners, that we have implemented a number of measures...

As Statutory Harbour Authority, Poole Harbour Commissioners (PHC) is subject to what is known as “Open Port Duty”. This means that the harbour must be open to anyone, “for the shipping and unshipping of goods and the embarking and landing of passengers”, on payment of the...

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