Posts Tagged ‘CRT Council’

CRT Council election 20th January to 14th February 2020

Wednesday, January 22nd, 2020

The elections for the CRT Council began on 20th January 2020 and will end on 14th February. Only boaters with a 12-month licence can vote. If you have an email address that is registered with CRT, you will get an email with a link to your vote. If CRT do not hold your email address you will get a letter with the link to vote online. The letter will be sent to the postal address associated with your boat licence. If you haven’t received an email or a letter, contact as soon as possible.

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CRT Council elections: nominations open 21st October to 18th November

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019

Liveaboard boaters without a home mooring are seriously under-represented on CRT’s governing Council, its regional advisory boards/ waterway partnerships and its navigation and other advisory groups, the decisions of all of these have the potential to adversely affect our community. You may wish to stand for election to the CRT Council. More information from CRT is available here:

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Itinerant liveaboard boater elected to CRT Council

Monday, December 21st, 2015

Stella Ridgway, a liveaboard boater without a home mooring, has been elected to one of four private boating seats on the CRT Council.

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CRT election extended to include restricted licence holders

Sunday, December 13th, 2015

Following a complaint by the National Bargee Travellers Association (NBTA), CRT has extended its Council election for 6 days until 17th December.

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Make sure you can vote in CRT Council elections

Sunday, November 22nd, 2015

The election for the CRT Council is under way. Polling opened on 13th November and ends on 11th December at midnight. There are two candidates who are liveaboard boaters without home moorings who we believe will support our interests.

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Salem to quit CRT in 2015

Sunday, December 7th, 2014

Simon Salem, CRT’s Marketing Director, is to leave CRT in June next year, it was announced on Friday. The announcement comes only 5 months after CRT publicised plans to restructure its management teams, a re-organisation that appeared to leave Mr Salem with very little to do.

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‘Generic solutions’ or final solutions? Our analysis of CRT’s briefing paper on ‘Non Compliant Continuous Cruising’

Sunday, January 6th, 2013

On 25 October 2012, the same day that the K and A Local Waterway Partnership held its first moorings sub-group meeting to review the local mooring strategy proposals, CRT published plans to continue eroding the rights of CRT licence holders to use the waterways without a home mooring under Section 17 3 c ii of the 1995 British Waterways Act. The briefing paper was produced for the CRT Council meeting on 27 September 2012. CRT Council, which contains a minority of boater representatives most of whom have connections with the IWA, endorsed the plan. We reproduce the briefing below with our comments marked in bold.

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