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I can smell a newt... if it was a building the authority would bulldoze and recharge for the tardiness. As it’s not a building there seems to be some leeway. Build a building quick to attract a bat or colony and bat it back?

I guess all it needs is a great crested buzzard to swoop in and deposit a big brown papier-mâché envirolope!

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Just wondering how this compares with the pontoon work at Barnes,is anything going to be done about that

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This was on the Enforcement update that went to Planning Ctte on 2nd March
Authority given to negotiate solution
• Meeting held 17 January and draft scheme to limit
vessel length agreed in principle. Formal confirmation
awaited.
• Report to Navigation Committee on 22 February
2018
Not been able to find the report to Nav Ctte !

Peter

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More on the Barnes application here
http://the-norfolk-broads.co.uk/viewmessages.cfm?Forum=22&Topic=41117&srow=1&erow=10

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( apparently a moaner)

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I understand the recommendation to be up to 5 stern on moorings for boats not exceeding 30ft in length with the removal of the last finger pontoon allowing single side on mooring with no public access this would keep everything within the original limits of navigation.

         Brian

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