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I've just heard that the eBay seller, in answer to the question, "Is it a residential mooring?", replied, "Yes, it can be."

Nice one, just 9 days too late.



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Serious question, would you be able to moor a private boat there if you owned the land without getting planning consent to do so?

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That might be a question to put to J.P. in due course.

It was argued that there was an extant permission for use as a boatyard and that the change of use by Mr Wood was such that a new consent was needed. I would think that holds good for a change of use to private mooring (i.e. owner-mooring only).

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That's the way I read it Pally, any planning consent has been considered to be abandoned so planning would be required for any use at all.

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To buy or to let, these are not expensive moorings except... They appear to need a lot of work to provide half decent access, unless they have been tidied up since those photos were taken and... Is there any legal permission to use them???

Freehold sale involving proper legal title would, of course, involve extra cost...

I await an answer or two from the seller Wink

Danny


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When I asked him if there was a problem with the mooring he said
they are and have been,in the high court on Friday 18 -3-2016 we were given permission for 27 boats,(only three left) if anyone buys a mooring then theirs no restrictions its only as a business we are having problems.
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There's the little matter of a temporary injunction that prohibits any more boats moving in. Ah, well.

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"When I asked him if there was a problem with the mooring he said
they are and have been,in the high court on Friday 18 -3-2016 we were given permission for 27 boats,(only three left) if anyone buys a mooring then theirs no restrictions its only as a business we are having problems."


Is that the Royal 'we'? I thought Mr Wood was the sole owner. Oh no, don't tell me this is a crack-pot idea dreamt up by ....  Scared

The injunction refers to Mr Wood and Cayenne Marine and prevents them allowing additional boats to moor, either on their own or by instructing, encouraging or permitting anyone else to do so.

"..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."
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This s is such fun!

I'm sure someone will be along soon to tell us why this is all legit and above board.

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900 feet of moorings to choose from (according to the ebay messages - actually says chews, not choose, but I think that was the meaning) and states there is pp for private mooring... oh dear, oh dear, oh dear...

Danny


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