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Bilgefairy
Mar-06-2005 @ 5:28 PM                           Permalink
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Hello all,
          I have noticed that over the last five or so years the profile of residential boating has been raised due to programmes on radio 4 and articles about famous people who are also residential boaters in magaizines (Damian Herst - Grand Desogn). Amoungst other various exposure.

Also quite recently there was a prgramme on radio 4 talking of a housing plan to introduce 70,000 new houses in Norolfk.

This seems an enormous strain on our inferstructure on land.

Just last October my mother and I were invited to par-take in a meeting held in Birmingham. The chairman was emplyed by the government to ask us residential boaters, also housing planners and other boat orientated people from all over Britain difficulties with residential boat moorings.
The pros and cons of living afloat amd generally any concerns that we have. They are going to produce a "The Good Practice Guidence document" to put a human face on the issues surrounding boating.


Appently there are absolutely no mooring spaces in London and anywhere around London it is extremely difficult to get a space.  

Is residential boating on the up?

Are new residential moorings being promoted?

Are there any changes what so ever?

I am under the immpression that they will turn to residential boating to ease the strain on the housing problems in Norfolk.

Regards,
Bilgefairy (residential boater)

This message was edited by Bilgefairy on 3-6-05 @ 4:34 PM

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Can anyone who wants to reply, reply to the "Ant new Residential Marinas on the horizon?" as this is an inacurate title.

Thanks,

Bilgefairy


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