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Oct-08-2016 @ 8:59 PM                           Permalink
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Is there any further development on Thurne mouth moorings returning for next year ?

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As a result of a planning agreement with the Authority 40 metres of river bank at Boundary Farm will be transferred to the ownership of  Broads Authority once the planning application works have commenced. We will then develop the site as a 24 hour mooring.

Separate negotiations are still underway with the landowner to renew a lease for Boundary Farm and Thurne Mouth sites. These negotiations have been protracted and complicated by the fact that the landowner wanted issues regarding the planning agreement, referred to above, sorted out before he would consider the lease of the other land.


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Wants issues regarding the above planning sorted out before negotiations on a further lease can take place sounds as though someone is holding a gun to someone's head, can we have an assurance that the Authority has not allowed this to influence their planning decisions?

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Absolutely you can have assurance. We have kept the two elements separate precisely to avoid any issues.

We deliberately took the application to our Navigation Committee and our Planning Committee to ensure our decision was made in the public domain.



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