There will be a briefing for boaters about Canal & River Trust (CRT) law enforcement on Thursday 6th November at 7pm to 10pm at London Action Resource Centre, 62 Fieldgate St, London E1 1ES.
If you are unsure about your legal rights as a boater or want to find out what the proposed introduction of neighbourhood maps and minimum travelling distances could mean for you, come to the briefing.
Boaters without a home mooring, especially those new to the waterways, need to understand their legal rights, and how these may differ from CRT guidance. At a time when CRT is increasing enforcement and pushing new guidance in the form of maps and minimum travel distances, we all need to know what to do if we receive a warning letter or are threatened with legal action.
The National Bargee Travellers Association (NBTA) has a wealth of knowledge to share on these issues, built up over many years advising boat dwellers and working directly with legal representatives. Join us for a briefing in London on Thursday 6th November where you can learn about your legal rights and what to do if you encounter CRT enforcement, and put your questions direct to NBTA’s experts.
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