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Just as a point of interest, going back to the 1892 newspaper clip, "Mr PRESS said he examined the spot, and found that for a distance of about 12 yards the shore had slipped into the river on the north side. Whether it was the Commissioners’ duty “to pull the highway out of the river” he could not say. It was a watering place."

I think that's probably the section of the dyke that goes up to the junction of Staithe Road with Mill Lane (see pic). It's very, very shallow there and, on the Staithe Road side of the dyke, there is no quayheading, just a crude concrete retaining wall, so it looks like that was the old watering place for the cattle. I wonder if the concrete retaining wall is the original repair job?

"..for the avoidance of any doubt, the broads are not legally a national park and do not come under the national park legislation, and nor will they."
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for DEFRA (Hansard 2015)


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Its been many years since we ventured down to the moorings,but i remember it being very difficult to turn the boat around.With the boats moored there at the moment,im guessing it would be almost impossible ?? Question

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http://www.broads-authority.gov.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0009/716391/Stalham-Staithe-Conservation-Area-Reappraisal-Final-Consultation-draft-February-2016-2.pdf
I dont think this has been mentioned though it does not seem to have moved on from "draft"

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It has actually moved on substantially, first to the Planning Committee, then to the Broads Authority, who considered it at their meeting on 24 March 2017. The report with which they were presented can be read here http://www.broads-authority.gov.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/912830/Stalham-Staithe-Conservation-Area-Re-Appraisal-for-adoption-ba240317.pdf

It was item 12 on the agenda, the minutes of which read:

"5/12 Stalham Staithe Conservation Area (re-Appraisal) for adoption.

The Authority received a report on the Stalham Staithe Conservation Area Re-Appraisal following a detailed, extensive and successful consultation.

The re-appraisal had been considered on a number of occasions by the Authority’s Heritage Asset Review Group. The Authority’s Planning Committee had considered this at its meeting on 3 March 2017 and welcomed the thoroughness of the work involved and particularly the positive engagement with the local community, which had resulted in the formation of the Stalham Staithe Forum which was now dealing with a number of issues outside the scope of the CA appraisal and to which officers had been invited.

The Committee had recommended that the Conservation Area re-appraisal be adopted.

Peter Dixon proposed, seconded by Vic Thomson and it was RESOLVED unanimously
that the Stalham Staithe Conservation Area re-appraisal and management plan
for that part of the Area within the Broads Authority executive area, be adopted."


However, all this, interesting as it is, has no bearing on the matter of the staithe and the free-loading overstayers. It is more about the overall protection of the conservation area, regarding development and planning. Specifically, it does not help at all in the determnation of the ownership of the staithe.




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Like many websites BA fails to update sometimes Smile  I found it when looking for something else!

Peter

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