London, River Thames

WORKING FOR THE SUSTAINABLE

FUTURE OF THE ESTUARY

ABOUT US

The Thames Estuary Partnership (TEP) is an independent charity that improves and builds understanding of one of the world’s most famous rivers.

We bring together key stakeholders in the tidal Thames, working in partnership to improve the river both for London’s inhabitants and for the wildlife that it is home to. We work with governmental bodies, port and local authorities, riverside developers, NGOs, community groups, passionate individuals and the wider public to maximise our positive impact on this unique river.

 

We are currently recruiting for a new Chair to join our Board of Trustees

This is an exciting and pivotal time to join TEP. We are seeking new leadership at the non-executive level to help us deliver even greater impact through partnership working, identify future priorities to tackle the climate crisis and maintain the tidal Thames as a champion of exemplary estuarine sustainable management. 

 

As a newly appointed Chair, you will share our vision for thriving, living and working estuaries and coastlines and will bring an established track record of leadership at Board level. We will be looking to you to help us develop a highly effective Board that maximises the contribution of Trustees and members to deliver more than the sum of its parts.

For a full overview of the role and the application process, please see our TEP Chair Recruitment Pack here.

 

Closing date for applications: Midnight 31st of July 2021.

To hear more about TEP and our work from our Chief Executive and Technical Director, please click here. 

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OUR PROJECTS

TEP runs a number of influential projects working towards bringing benefits to the ecosystems and people of the Thames Estuary. These range from ecological groundwork to social outreach, from data processing to spatial mapping.

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FORUMS

One of TEP's principal aims is to bring together Thames stakeholders to collaborate on the conservation and sustainable development of the Thames. TEP runs, or participates in, a number of forums that work towards this objective.