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That might be a question to put to J.P. in due course.

It was argued that there was an extant permission for use as a boatyard and that the change of use by Mr Wood was such that a new consent was needed. I would think that holds good for a change of use to private mooring (i.e. owner-mooring only).

"..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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That's the way I read it Pally, any planning consent has been considered to be abandoned so planning would be required for any use at all.

Dave

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To buy or to let, these are not expensive moorings except... They appear to need a lot of work to provide half decent access, unless they have been tidied up since those photos were taken and... Is there any legal permission to use them???

Freehold sale involving proper legal title would, of course, involve extra cost...

I await an answer or two from the seller Wink

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When I asked him if there was a problem with the mooring he said
they are and have been,in the high court on Friday 18 -3-2016 we were given permission for 27 boats,(only three left) if anyone buys a mooring then theirs no restrictions its only as a business we are having problems.
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There's the little matter of a temporary injunction that prohibits any more boats moving in. Ah, well.

"..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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"When I asked him if there was a problem with the mooring he said
they are and have been,in the high court on Friday 18 -3-2016 we were given permission for 27 boats,(only three left) if anyone buys a mooring then theirs no restrictions its only as a business we are having problems."


Is that the Royal 'we'? I thought Mr Wood was the sole owner. Oh no, don't tell me this is a crack-pot idea dreamt up by ....  Scared

The injunction refers to Mr Wood and Cayenne Marine and prevents them allowing additional boats to moor, either on their own or by instructing, encouraging or permitting anyone else to do so.

"..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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900 feet of moorings to choose from (according to the ebay messages - actually says chews, not choose, but I think that was the meaning) and states there is pp for private mooring... oh dear, oh dear, oh dear...

Danny


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Having read the latest news on the "other" thread on a regular basis and while thinking about the whole sorry & expensive saga I wondered why those who so passionately want the site returned to nature or what ever, don't make the owners an offer he or they cannot refuse, then nobody looses face and the world moves on in the Kingdom of Thorpe (This suggestion excludes BA if it is just the sacred organisation who wish to remove the craft supposedly ruining so many residents  lives). They could even join together to create the Thorpe Island Trust    

Edited to make it clear this suggestion excludes BA from any expenditure

This message was edited by DorsetHelmsman on Apr-11-16 @ 8:24 AM

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With no direspect DH why should anybody least of all a public body bale him out of the **** of his own making. He thought he could bi-pass the system and must now stand by the consequences of his own actions.

Dave

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I couldn't agree more DH , iv often thought why there's such an interest in Thorpe island both by BA and certain forum member's , if it's just for the sake of planning law fine but  is it is there another reason for BA's consistent action based on yge fact that there are so few complainant's DIRECTLY involved , om quite sure the vast majority of forum member's would have been much happier if BA instead of throwing so much pubic money at this had spent it in other areas , yesbi know its not coming from the tolls account or is it BA seam to merged the accounts as and when they wish it would hardly BW the fist time the nav account has been used to pay for non nav things .
But what bothers me more is only a few member's clearly want Mr wood to be totally bankrupt over this or so it seams , and seemingly don't give a dam about the residents on less they live in the house's that are so affected by the mooring of boats yet they own boats ! .
The broads are not a picture postcard they are a living thing in which people on boats and in houses should coexist happily just the same as they do in many areas of England .
Just because u choose to live on a boat doesn't make u dome form of river gypsy n trust me I hate that term nor does it mean ur are in some way of a lower life form .
Yes planning should be applied for as it was previously believed that is was in place but obviously not , and if n when a application goes in inline with the inspector's report it is subsequently rejected then I for one want to know why and on what ground's .
Most if not all of the people who post on this in respect of pushing for BA to spend as much as they need to as to clearing Jenner's basin will ever be affected by it , some live no where near it , it will never affect their lives in any way at all .


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