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Join us for an online presentation about Managing Boats on London’s Busy Waterways organised by IWA London Region.

This is a talk by Matthew Symonds, National Boating Manager (Leisure Boating), Canal & River Trust. There has been an increase in the number of boats on London’s waterways in recent years. The Canal & River Trust is engaging with boaters and other stakeholders, and asking questions such as:

  • How can we manage the number of boats in the capital and surrounding waterways, in terms of moorings and other facilities?
  • How can we look after the waterways which are part of our city’s heritage, to ensure they are cared for sustainably in the future?
  • How can we make sure with the increased usage of the waterways for a wide range of users, these remain an enjoyable experience for all?

Whether you live, work or play on London’s waterways, have an interest in our heritage, in nature, walking, cycling, or anything else your views matter. Matthew will answer people’s questions and concerns. We hope a wide range of people will join in this evening to contribute your views to this important subject before the current engagement concludes on 8th January.

It’s easy to join the Zoom meeting using a smart phone, tablet or computer. You can also dial in.

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Event Dates

Monday 14th December 2020

Location

Online

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Managing Boats on London’s Busy Waterways

Join us for an online presentation about Managing Boats on London’s Busy Waterways organised by IWA London Region.

This is a talk by Matthew Symonds, National Boating Manager (Leisure Boating), Canal & River Trust. There has been an increase in the number of boats on London’s waterways in recent years. The Canal & River Trust is engaging with boaters and other stakeholders, and asking questions such as:

  • How can we manage the number of boats in the capital and surrounding waterways, in terms of moorings and other facilities?
  • How can we look after the waterways which are part of our city’s heritage, to ensure they are cared for sustainably in the future?
  • How can we make sure with the increased usage of the waterways for a wide range of users, these remain an enjoyable experience for all?

Whether you live, work or play on London’s waterways, have an interest in our heritage, in nature, walking, cycling, or anything else your views matter. Matthew will answer people’s questions and concerns. We hope a wide range of people will join in this evening to contribute your views to this important subject before the current engagement concludes on 8th January.

It’s easy to join the Zoom meeting using a smart phone, tablet or computer. You can also dial in.

Register your place

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7:30pm

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