To consider matters relating to navigable (and formerly navigable) rivers, canals, estuaries and lakes in the UK, including the potential social, economic and cultural impact of the regeneration of those waterways and extension of the system.
Found: Anglian waterways: registration charges
A list of registration charges for Anglian Waterways.
2. Environment Agency waterways: coronavirus (COVID-19) update
02/04/2020 - Environment Agency
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Environment Agency waterways: coronavirus (COVID-19) update
3. Written evidence: Inland Waterways Association (EB72)
04/11/2020 - Bill Documents
Found: The Inland Waterways Association
Introduction: The Inland Waterways Association
4. Boat registration: refunding or transferring your registration
09/03/2021 - Environment Agency
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Found: transferring your boat registration on their waterways.
We are able to offer you a refund in the following
5. Anglian waterways: powered vessel - short period application
20/02/2019 - Environment Agency
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Anglian waterways: powered vessel - short period application - GOV
1. Restoration of Canals
04/06/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: getting reminded—with Michael Haig from the Inland Waterways Association and Michael Limbrey, who heads the - Speech Link
2: as we have heard—as well as boaters using the waterways. During this pandemic, canal towpaths have reportedly - Speech Link
2. Inland Waterways
08/03/2018 - Grand Committee
1: declare my interests as a member of the Inland Waterways Association and honorary president of the Monmouth - Speech Link
3. Middle Level Bill
16/10/2018 - Commons Chamber
1: way—comparable with a similar system used on other waterways—to seek a contribution from those using the waterway - Speech Link
2: Canoeing before they are able to use particular waterways rather than paying individual fees to each individual - Speech Link
3: those concerns. It would be quite common on other waterways to have a system whereby if someone was a member - Speech Link
4. Middle Level Bill
28/02/2018 - Commons Chamber
1: Commissioners must ensure that the water in the waterways is maintained to a minimum depth of three feet - Speech Link
2: not receive any income from navigation of the waterways.”With the passage of the Bill, they will - Speech Link
3: the key point is that if navigation, locks and waterways are funded through this charge, there will be - Speech Link
5. Middle Level Bill: Revival
17/10/2017 - Commons Chamber
1: hopelessly out of date and based on a different era of waterways usage. Our forebears in the 19th century viewed - Speech Link
2: stuff have to be pumped out?—and traffic on the waterways cannot get out of this sunken level? I admit that - Speech Link
3: from the Middle Level to other waterways. It connects to some waterways that have much more modern systems - Speech Link
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Michael Fabricant MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 020 7219 5022.
Public Enquiry Point:
Alison Smedley, The Inland Waterways Association, Island House, Moor Road, Chesham HP5 1WA. Tel: 01494 783 453
The Inland Waterways Association acts as the group's secretariat. https://www.waterways.org.uk/
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