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Thursday 16 October

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  • Chance to make canalside better halifaxcourier.co.uk

    People who live near the Rochdale Canal in the Calder Valley have been invited to give their suggestions on how the area should be improved. ...


Wednesday 15 October

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  • Erewash waterway volunteers recognised with award waterscape.com

    British Waterways (BW) is to recognise the efforts of volunteers from the Erewash Canal Preservation & Development Association (ECPDA) for their ongoing promotion and restoration work on the Erewash Canal. ...

  • Heritage expert new chair of Broads Authority waterscape.com

    A former director at the Heritage Lottery Fund has been appointed the new chair of the Broads Authority. ...

  • Boaters asked to use phosphate-free detergents waterscape.com

    Amongst a number of changes to British Waterways’ licence terms is the strengthening of the Navigation Rule about the discharge of ‘grey’ water from boats. The rule now asks boaters to use only phosphate-free detergents. ...

  • Diglis Lock Cottage at risk? worcesternews.co.uk

    An HISTORIC lock cottage in Worcester is under threat from decay after being left empty and neglected for several years. ...

  • New Liverpool terminal could boost MSC freight liverpooldailypost.co.uk

    Mr Robotham added: “The combination of our facilities with the opportunities presented by the Manchester Ship Canal to carry cargo into the industrial hub of the region promises to make the Mersey even more attractive for shippers.” ...

  • Lancaster canal regeneration plans lakelandecho.co.uk

    The 'Canal Corridor' area of Lancaster looks likely to be transformed after councillors voted 15-4 in favour of controversial £150million regeneration plans for the city. ...

  • Maryhill For Thrills eveningtimes.co.uk

    Neglected Maryhill could soon become home to a world-class watersports venue. Regeneration chiefs have put forward an ambitious £6million plan to transform a rundown stretch of the Forth and Clyde Canal into an adventure canoeing centre. ...


Tuesday 14 October

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  • Saul Canal Festival cancelled thisisgloucestershire.co.uk

    The 2009 Saul Canal Festival and Folk on the Water event has been cancelled. Organiser the Cotswold Canals Trust has accepted a recommendation from their trading arm that the deepening economic crisis would radically affect a 2009 event. ...

  • Northwich canal pub to reopen northwichguardian.co.uk

    A MARSTON pub steeped in canal history is all set to re-open after being refurbished by a team promising to take the pub towards a new chapter. ...

  • Stone moved by canal thestar.co.uk

    Construction materials company Lafarge Aggregates is returning to the canals to carry stone to a building site in South Yorkshire. It is sending the materials from Cadeby Quarry, near Conisbrough, along the Don section of the Sheffield and South Yorkshire Navigation. ...


Monday 13 October

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Friday 10 October

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  • BW's biggest redevelopment gets go-ahead thisislondon.co.uk

    Tower Hamlets council agreed planning permission for the seven-million sq ft development known as Wood Wharf, although there are fears the project could be held back because of the current financial turmoil. The joint venture between Canary Wharf Group, British Waterways, and Ballymore Properties, is one of Britain's largest planning applications, and the consortium has pledged to contribute £153 million in planning gain money — the payment which developers promise in the hope of helping to regenerate the area. ...

  • Plans to redevelop Jericho boatyard rejected again guardian.co.uk

    Bestselling author Philip Pullman today called for a property company to give up trying to develop an historic Oxford canal boatyard into luxury flats after a public inquiry inspector rejected its plans as "sterile" and "uninspiring". ...

  • Stolen boat recovered burnleyexpress.net

    The mystery surrounding the disappearance of a 57ft. canal barge has been solved. ...

  • New mill to be built by MSC packagingnews.co.uk

    Planning permission has been granted for Spanish corrugated group SAICA's project to build a £250m recycled paper mill near Manchester. ...

  • Regent's Canal becomes conservation area 24dash.com

    In celebration of the East End’s huge range of historic and architectural treasures, Tower Hamlets Council has agreed to seven new Conservation Areas and 18 revisions to existing Conservation Areas. ...

  • Canalside flats plunge in value news.bbc.co.uk

    Birmingham Canal tops the list - compiled by property website mouseprice.com - after a 17.3% drop in the value of homes in the past year. ...


Thursday 9 October

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