SUGGESTED ANSWERS TO CRT BOAT CULL SURVEY

Canal River and Trust (CRT) here have rolled out a survey into managing boat numbers on London Waterways. https://canalrivertrust.org.uk/about-us/where-we-work/london-and-south-east/managing-boats-on-londons-busy-waterways https://wh.snapsurveys.com/s.asp?k=160260143288 This consultation is obviously framed with a set of leading questions to encourage people to say negative things about our community. So we at NBTA suggest to remedy this the response should be of a […]

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STOP THE BOAT CULL!

Canal and River Trust (CRT) have recently announced that it intends once again to target boaters without a home mooring (also known as continuous cruisers) in London and reduce their numbers. Their latest “survey” of waterways stakeholders is introduced with the implication that there are too many of us, and the leading questions in the […]

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RYA publishes legal advice after EA appoints District Enforcement to manage its visitor moorings

Following its decision to award District Enforcement the contract for managing its visitor moorings on the Thames in September 2020, the Environment Agency (EA) made a last minute request for comment on the proposed signs to the national boating organisations represented on the Thames Navigation Users Forum (the NBTA does not have a seat at […]

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