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Jean&Brian
Apr-25-2016 @ 12:15 PM                           Permalink
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What is the legal Position/Responsibility of the BA and relevant landowners regarding tree felling etc and could this be used as a lever to obtain more moorings.

As this is quite complicated please use sister thread for discussion.

            Brian

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Dear Brian,

The Broads Authority does not have any power to charge for tree felling, but can require access to land to remove dangerous and/or overhanging trees. I am not entirely sure how this could be used as a lever for moorings however.

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Thank you John

I do not know the legal position regarding waterways but with highways it is the adjacent landowners responsibility to remove overhanging/dangerous vegetation or be charged for its removal.

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