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BuffaloBill
Apr-11-2016 @ 8:29 AM                           Permalink
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"some live no where near it , it will never affect
their lives in any way at all ."

Very much like the STI site then....asking for people to
add their voice to something that doesn't affect them.

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The better I was....!!

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A very good point, BB. At least, the members here, whether for, against or on the fence, have an interest in, even a love of, the Broads. It's apparent from comments on STI/FB that some of the 'supporters' don't even know where the Broads are.

"..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."
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Thank u for pointing that out paladine I want aware of that that some don't know where the broads are , u must read STI more than I do .
Yes there are people from all over the place including other country's which is what u find with a global social media group on FB , u can hardly say that ALL of the backer's for action by BA on this forum come from Norfolk , for instance I know 2 of the as I call them the gang of 4 that don't live here and similarly I know 2 people in Canada that I added on STI one is visiting Norwich this yr n one here last yr and knows full well what the broads are about , exactly where Jenner's basin is and how beautiful Norfolk is oh iv another coming here in summer from Nottingham , so u can hardly say they don't know where Norfolk is even this forum has member's from outside the UK so why shouldn't STI ? .
But the fact remain s what ever happens re Jenner's it won't affect those who are on here pushing for BA action regardless of what that means to fellow boater's caught up in this .

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Rick - no one wishes to bankrupt Mr Wood but merely to get him to abide by the rules everyone else does, if they wilfully ignore those rules regarding planning others have to abide by. If he had planning permission to moor residential boats in Jenners Basin, I would have no issue.

Equally he appears to continue even now to try and circumvent the law by ignoring what the Courts ask him to do. He appears not even to wish to proceed as advised and right at the outset, I guess he knew exactly what he was doing when he bought the land. Ignorance of the law has never been an excuse for anyone and seemingly he chose to ignore a basic principle of English property law - caveat emptor.

Perhaps that all points why now, and at this stage, sympathy is in short supply.

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Rick, I live in Chelmsford but have owned boats on the Broads for more than 15 years. I have gained a little knowledge of Broadland in that time, so I'm aware of the location of Thorpe Island.  

Whatever I think of the situation at Jenners basin is of no consequence. It comes down to what is legal and what is not.

I'm a firm believer in the rule of law, whether or not I disagree with particular elements of it. If we pick and choose which laws we obey and which ones we don't, then anarchy rules.

So Rick, I have a simple question for you. Do you believe in the law of the land, yes or no. If your answer is yes, then your support for the action at Jenners Basin is flawed.

Steve. CM1 and NR12

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Apr-11-2016 @ 11:33 AM                           Permalink
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With all due respect Steve my loyalty lies with those who got innocently caught up in this n yes I know some will say they must have know but does anyone know all the ins and outs of their marina ? I'd very much doubt it .
When it comes to law of cause I support legality I have stated that many times over the course of this thread , I don't see however how that makes my support for the people moored in Jenner's in anyway flawed at all and my posts reflect that I believe that planning should have been and still should be sought asap .
I used a couple of examples of people who its unlikely to affect in anyway simply because they have criticised STI for exactly the same thing ie not living in the area .
The simple fact is neither they or myself will ever have any influence on the outcome of this in any shape or form .


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Rick, for what it's worth I too have sympathy with those who are caught up in this sorry saga. However, the law is the law and whether we agree with it or not the owner of the island should obey it.

Steve. CM1 and NR12

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How I agree about those dragged in involuntarily although to be fair a few questions of others might have raised ones suspicions.

Nonetheless i agree it always those who have most too lose and others spouting from afar do not always see the personal issues. Having said that the owner knew only too well and he did nothing, apparently, to bring these issues to their attention - a dishonest man if that is the case who thought, probably how he might go unnoticed by the authorities. Circumstantial evidence points to him still being of the same mind.

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Rick, let me ask you a personal question, What is YOUR opinion of someone trying to sell mooring plots on Jenners Island in contravention of the Temporary Injunction that is in place and not mentioning that the plots do not have planning consent?

Dave

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Actually Dave I was as shocked as everyone else re that plot on eBay , I will be making enquires as to who it is as I'm sure u know iv friend's in Jenner's , personally I don't think its Mr wood and if it isn't that person doesn't own it so has no right to sell , if however its proved to Mr wood then its a clear breaking of the injunction no mistake at all and support will diminish for his situation , however I'll still support those who find themselves in the position they do through no fault of their own .
But be sure I will be asking around , that said tillits proved who the seller is  then everything regarding that is pure speculation .

Richard


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