NABO pleased with changes to EA’s proposals on boat registration charges

The Environment Agency has today published its final decisions on boat registration charges on its waterways for the next 3 years: These have resulted from the 8 week consultation launched in July relating to its initial proposals. Following feedback from boater representative organisations (including NABO) and individual boaters regarding the changes which included a proposed […]

Meeting of Thames Navigation Users Forum (TNUF)

On Tuesday 29th October 2019 I represented NABO at the well-attended meeting of the above Forum which brings together representatives of a wide cross section of users of the Thames, largely through the 8 River User Groups (the RUGs) and representative user groups, together with relevant EA personnel.  Chaired by EA’s Thames Waterways Director, Julia […]

EA’s Strategic Review of Navigation Charges Customer Workshop

On Monday 21st October Mike Rodd represented NABO at the first of a series of workshops run by the EA to get input from users before finalising charging proposals for consultation in spring 2020. The aim of the exercise is to simplify the charging, introduce consistency (where possible) across EA’s waterways and (of special interest […]