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Nov-02-2017 @ 9:06 PM                           Permalink
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Hi all ,
Good news at WRC in regards to liveaboards there, from there Facebook page
"Residential mooring update:

We are delighted to report that we’ve heard today from the Planning Inspectorate, who have upheld our appeal relating to residential moorings.

What this means is that the “temporary” planning condition - which would have required all residential use to cease in January 2021 - has been removed from our planning consent, so that we won’t be forced to evict our residents in 3 years or so.

This is a significant outcome, not just for Waveney River Centre, but for the Broads as a whole. The Broads Authority has identified a need for over 60 residential moorings on the Broads, but there is currently only one “authorised” residential mooring. We are delighted to be the first location which is able to offer this facility to a wider audience.

The planning inspector, correctly in our view, found that the temporary condition was unreasonable, unnecessary, imprecise and unenforceable, and created a situation where nobody was likely to take up a residential mooring for fear of being asked to leave - with no possibility of finding a legitimate alternative mooring.

We hope that this decision will allay the fears of prospective residents and we look forward to welcoming residential berth holders in the future."

steve and vicky
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