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Might be interesting to see who is to blame if any of the boats sink ??


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"I’ve read that he has closed after receiving a communication from the Broads Authority.  Confused"

A good attempt at stirring it up again. Unlikely that the BA would only communicate with one marina. If they had suggested that to Dave I would expect all marinas to react in the same way or complain loudly about it. Broadsedge run their own business and they decide what happens - whether you agree with the decision or not. You can always vote with your boat and move elsewhere. Tinhat boat-sail

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Hang on a minute there  Bob - you quote Pally and say that's a good "attempt"  at stirring it up! ? C'mon - that's unfair. If he says he's read it somehere I have no doubt that he has, and thus it's relevant to the discussion here for him or anyone else to refer to that.

I actually know that the BA has been quoted by a boatyard for justification of their actions earlier this year when implementing more draconian measures .  Yes anyone can vote with their feet. They are are also free to debate/declare/discuss the measures here!

From my perspective , our particular mooring owners have been fair, reasonable, helpful and polite throughout all of this dreadful year, as have another Boat services business we've personally dealt with. I'm sure that helps achieve the results we all want to see.  But others I'm aware of have taken very different actions and their stances will surely impact on their business in the future.

Karen

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Alone1, as you appear to be doubting my veracity, I have attached a screen shot of the actual message to which I was referring. I did not suggest that Broadsedge was the only one to have received a communication from the BA.

I think it is important for members to have as much information as possible and I go to great lengths to ensure that my contributions are accurate.



"..for the avoidance of any doubt, the broads are not legally a national park and do not come under the national park legislation, and nor will they."
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for DEFRA (Hansard 2015)


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BA put the latest advice from DEFRA on their Facebook page Wednesday afternoon You do not have to "join" FB to read it
https://www.facebook.com/BroadsAuthority

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I spoke with David yesterday while buying electricity cards - he had phoned 'a top knob' at the B.A. that morning to confirm what to do and was told the close the gates to bertholders. He and his staff will still be there for maintenance and security.

Andy and Kathy (IP11)

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He should have more regard to the legislation than to some 'knob' at the Broads Authority, who really do seem to have lost the plot.

"..for the avoidance of any doubt, the broads are not legally a national park and do not come under the national park legislation, and nor will they."
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for DEFRA (Hansard 2015)


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Presumably it's also on their regular site

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The problem with David is he thinks he is God Almighty.  Always was like that and I assume still is the same.  Big fish in a little puddle.      

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I am absolutely appalled by this behaviour - if he took his gates off he would not have to lock them!!!!

Whilst I know there are a few places where you can do this, there are many many more where there is no physical security such as gates and there is absolutely no evidence to suggest that boats are more prone to theft from these places or more secure in such a compound.

My view would be that its my asset and I want to ensure its safe - to many after a house its many individuals largest asset and they are kidding themselves if they are doing this in the name of security!!!

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Well, I've been made aware that Broadsedge were declaring their intention (that the moorings would be locked up from last night ) much earlier this week. So not sure what's going on there as it seems berth holders are getting different messages.

Karen

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