British Waterways (BW) is today publishing updated, more concise mooring guidance for boats without a home mooring.
British Waterways responded to the Bristol court decision in their favour by amending the “Mooring Guidance for Continuous Cruisers”.
Stakeholder organisations, including NABO, were invited to a meeting to discuss the changes on 23rd June 2011. Geoffrey Rogerson and John Slee attended on NABO's behalf. At the end of the meeting, NABO asked for the opportunity to submit written comments; BW's Head of Boating, Ms. Sally Ash, agreed, setting a deadline of 31st July.
The following advice has been published by BW on their Waterscape website:-
11 Apr 2011 until further notice
Associated Regional Office: Manchester & Pennine Waterways
After a recent review of the procedures at Harecastle tunnel with Staffordshire Fire and Rescue, BW will have smoke alarms available for issue, FREE OF CHARGE, to craft which do not have them fitted.