2030 Navigating the Future
2030 - Navigating the Future is the United Kingdom and Ireland’s marine Aids to Navigation strategy. It has been prepared by the General Lighthouse Authorities of the United Kingdom and Ireland for our users, partners and stakeholders.
GLA Aids to Navigation Review 2015-2020
The GLAs have completed their latest five-yearly comprehensive review of AtoN requirements for the waters around the United Kingdom & Ireland. Published May 2015
The GLA Aids to Navigation Review 2015-20 follows wide scale consultation with users and representative organisations from leisure sailors to commercial operators.
GLA Joint Navigation Requirements Policy
Published May 2012
The three General Lighthouse Authorities (GLAs) operate an integrated aids to navigation service throughout the coastal waters of Britain and Ireland. This service is delivered to recognised standards set by the International Association of Marine Aids to Navigation and Lighthouse Authorities (IALA) so as to meet the responsibilities of the British and Irish Governments under the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Safety of Life at Sea Convention (SOLAS). The purpose of this document is two-fold. First, it records in one publication the joint approach of the General Lighthouse Authorities (GLAs) in navigational matters, to meet their statutory duties and for the purpose of planning and managing a cost effective Aids to Navigation (AtoN) service. Second, the publication provides the members of the Joint User Consultative Group (JUCG) with information regarding the GLAs' AtoN provision. This document is only available electronically and may be updated at any time.
GLA Risk Response Criteria
Published May 2014
The General Lighthouse Authorities (GLA) Risk Response Criteria is the GLA’s policy document covering their response to Aids to Navigation (AtoN) Casualties, Wrecks and New Dangers. Differentiating between the requirements for AtoN and wrecks/new dangers, this risk based assessment has been prepared by the GLAs of the United Kingdom (UK) and Ireland for their guidance and to inform their users, partners and stakeholders.
Guidelines for provision of local aids to navigation (January 2016).pdf
Report and Accounts 2011 - 2012
Report and Accounts of the Lighthouse Service for the year ended 31 March 2012
Report and Accounts 2012-13
Report and Accounts 2013 - 2014
Report and Accounts of the Lighthouse Service for the year ended 31 March 2014
Report and Accounts 2014 - 2015
Report and Accounts of the Lighthouse Service for the year ended 31 March 2015
Trinity House Strategy 2018-28
The Trinity House Strategy 2018-28 identifies in broad terms what we aim to achieve and how we’re going to achieve it over that period. It also explains why our goals are what they are and how we intend to work together within Trinity House and across the GLAs in order to achieve them