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  • Society plans restoration of 18th Century Devon canal news.bbc.co.uk

    Teignbridge District Council has now sub-leased the land to the Stover Canal Trust, paving the way for full restoration plans to be drawn up. ...

  • Grant to revitalise Manchester waterway newstartmag.co.uk

    A revamped waterway and a new bridge are to form part of a £4.4m boost to the New Islington area of Manchester. Boaters will be able to moor in the area for the first time and a bridge and new paths and canal walkways will connect it to the neighbouring areas of Ancoats and Manchester city centre. ...

  • New sea gates to be floated into Sharpness Docks waterscape.com

    A set of massive sea gates is being installed at Sharpness Docks to replace the original steel guardians which have given safe passage to craft and held back the might of the sea for over 50 years. ...

  • Speeding boater fined £4,600 visitthames.co.uk

    A Buckinghamshire boater will have to pay out over £4,600 after being prosecuted for failing to navigate a boat at a safe speed and without due care and caution along the River Thames. ...

  • Actress Susan Penhaligon takes on Port of London Authority over mooring fees richmondandtwickenhamtimes.co.uk

    A star of stage and screen is hoping to gather a fleet of house boat owners to help sink an organisation which she claims is ruling the river. Susan Penhaligon, who moors her floating home on the River Thames, at Brentford, has labelled the Port of London Authority (PLA) “bully boys” for trying to force increased mooring fees amounting to thousands of pounds on boat owners across the borough and beyond. ...

  • 2009 Port of London Trade lowest since 1992 server1.pla.co.uk

    The Port of London Authority (PLA) says that trade through the Port of London in 2009 fell by 14% to 45 million tonnes, the lowest level since 1992. ...

  • Canal water pledge on work at reservoir expressandstar.com

    British Waterways is reassuring boaters, event organisers and waterside businesses that it is taking action to keep up water levels in local canals to make up for the loss of the feed from Chasewater. ...


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  • Work started on £2million marina northamptonchron.co.uk

    Work has begun on a scheme to build a £2 million boating marina in the middle of Northampton. Experts from the Environment Agency moved on to Becket's Park this week to remove a number of rotten and dangerous trees close to the park's former boating lake. ...


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