Posts Tagged ‘Judicial Review’

Boaters can now moor for 14 days at Mead Lane all year

Tuesday, July 6th, 2021

Following a legal challenge by a boater to the decision by BaNES Council to close the moorings at Mead Lane, Saltford, on the River Avon between November and March, boaters can now moor at Mead Lane for 14 days all year round. The river bank there is owned by BaNES.

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BaNES reconsiders decision to close Mead Lane moorings in winter following legal challenge

Tuesday, June 8th, 2021

Following a Judicial Review challenge by Community Law Partnership (CLP) on behalf of a liveaboard boater, BaNES Council is reconsidering its decision to close the 14 day moorings at Mead Lane, Saltford, on the River Avon between the beginning of November and the end of February every year. The judicial review has therefore been stayed until the end of June 2021. We would encourage any boaters who are concerned about the loss of these moorings to make submissions to BaNES Council: contact Mandy_bishop@bathnes.gov.uk

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The court transcript CRT doesn’t want you to read

Saturday, May 24th, 2014

The National Bargee Travellers Association (NBTA) has recently published the transcript of hearing of the judicial review by Nick Brown of the Guidance for Boaters Without a Home Mooring on its web site. CRT claimed in response to a Freedom of Information request by Allan Richards that copyright issues prevent CRT from releasing the transcript to the public. This is misleading.

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