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Bristol Port supports delivery of significant environmental benefits in Hinkley Point C project

Bristol Port is supporting the delivery of significant environmental benefits in the construction of Hinkley Point C by keeping around 100,000 lorries off Somerset’s roads. 

 

Free Ports – an opportunity to boost Bristol’s global gateway

The Bristol Port Company welcomes the Free Port concept as it has the potential to boost investment opportunities in and around UK ports.

Bristol Port: global gateway for British farmers

Bristol Port’s role as a key gateway to world markets for British farmers was reinforced this month by the extension of a deal with one of the UK’s largest grain exporters.

First pictures of extraordinary new flame-throwing crane at Glastonbury

It started life 44 years ago, a 140-tonne crane lifting cargo on and off thousands of ships at Bristol Port.

New HSE Relationship Strategy and Sector Plan May 2019

New HSE Relationship Strategy and Sector Plan May 2019 launched. To view it, click here

Bristol Port Newsletter March 2019

Read our latest newsletter for March 2019.

 

‘Remarkable’ Brunel letters discovered at Bristol Port

An extraordinary trove of letters written more than 175 years ago by Isambard Kingdom Brunel have been discovered hidden amongst old maps and charts at Bristol Port.

The Bristol Port Company sponsors local stage of ‘world class’ cycle race

The Bristol Port Company will be sponsoring next month's Bristol stage of the OVO Energy Tour of Britain. 

 

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The Ford Mill at Avonmouth has been redundant for many years.  The City Council Port of Bristol Authority planned to demolish the Mill in the 1980’s but it was left standing and without any use.  Internally the Mill, like others of that era, is a serie

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