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Marshman
Feb-18-2017 @ 5:14 PM                           Permalink
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Saddened to see from the CE report that still the landowner at Thurne Mouth is digging his heels in over moorings.

I thought the whole issue had been resolved sensibly over the application to put in pontoon moorings but I see the landowner has found yet another issue to slow it all down still further and perhaps jeopardise this development at this important area.

On the post re the Sandford principle, I pointed out I feared the private landowners , and here we go again! He has had an almost continuous spat with the BA and everyone else since he closed those moorings and not content with arguing the toss over the new basin he has built, he is once again refusing to sign the lease over the pontoon because of what? A potential litter problem that could develop!!!
Perhaps if he is so worried he could put bins there and add anything from them to the commercial waste collection from his own holiday park - of course he would have to make a charge for this I am sure.

No wonder we all tear our hair out over issues like mooring - its the BA I feel sorry for!!!!!



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The relevant section of the CEO's report is:

"As members are aware, one of the main concerns raised by the landowner and the parish council was that of litter particularly following the withdrawal of the litter collection at in (sic) Thurne. However, as this was not a planning issue, there could not be a planning condition imposed in relation to this. The landowner commented that he would not sign any lease until the concerns over litter were resolved."

So it's not only the landowner who is (justifiably, IMO) concerned. I think the devil in is the detail, but my understanding is that the proposed solution is broadly in line with your suggestion. The negotiations on that matter are separate from any planning issues.

"..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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Anyone who knows the long term history of this situation will not be entirely surprised at the landowners stance. It goes back a very long time.

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Oh so now we are not getting the pontoon moorings promised earlier.   Great...

Women dont nag they just
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Surely there must be an arrangement in place to collect the gash from both the landowners moorings and caravan park. I would think that a contribution to that could sort the problem
As for the Parish Council I would have thought their concern would be village wide. The time to have acted was before the bins were removed by taking on the responsibility for them. Pontoons or no pontoons the village centre will still have a rubbish problem from existing moorings.

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