News with tag 'Navigation Authorities'

WRG Volunteer John Hawkins Receives Heroes of the Waterways Award

Date: 23/03/2015

On Saturday 21st March, Canal & River Trust (CRT) awarded Waterway Recovery Group (WRG) volunteer, John Hawkins, its

PLA and BMF Agree Requirements for Hired Narrowboats on Tidal Thames

Date: 16/03/2015

Following a Port of London Authority (PLA) investigation into an accident that involved a hired narrowboat on the Tags: IWA News, Waterway News, Safety, Navigation Authorities

Update on the Elvington Lock Campaign

Date: 30/01/2015

IWA has been involved with further meetings and discussions that have taken place about the current closure of Elvington Lock on the River Derwent, following the Environment Agency’s (EA) decision to close the lock in February 2014 due ...

IWA Responds to CRT’s Proposal to Install Railings on Marple Aqueduct

Date: 28/01/2015

IWA has recently responded to Canal & River Trust’s Manchester & Pennine Waterway’s consultation on a proposal to install railings along the offside parapet of Marple Aqueduct as part of the Heritage Lottery funded Revealing ...

IWA Discusses Mooring Sales with CRT

Date: 21/01/2015

Last year, IWA submitted a response to Canal & River Trust’s (CRT) Mooring Sales Consultation, which was followed up with up with a meeting with CRT in December. This allowed IWA to further discuss its views on CRT’s mooring ...

Second Phase of Brentford Waterside Development Approved

Date: 21/01/2015

The second phase of a 520 home waterside development in Brentford has been approved by Hounslow Council and Mæ Architects appointed to design the latest phase of buildings.

The second phase of work at Brentford Lock West will ...

CRT Advises Boaters to Wear Lifejackets in Tunnels

Date: 07/01/2015

CRT has advised that lifejackets be worn when traveling through canal tunnels. This follows the release of the coroners report on the death of a boater in Harecastle Tunnel on the Tags: Waterway News, Safety, Navigation Authorities

CRT Launches Consultation on Marple Aqueduct Refurbishment and Improvements

Date: 07/01/2015

CRT has, together with Mellor Archaeological Trust, secured £2.3 million of investment (including £1.5m HLF grant) to conserve, interpret and celebrate the works of Samuel Oldknow, the driving force behind construction of the Peak ...

Volunteers set to Restore Locks on Grantham Canal After Heritage Lottery Fund Investment

Date: 18/12/2014

Canal & River Trust has announced that a volunteer-led project to restore a series of historic canal locks on the Grantham Canal has received a £ ...

CRT Announces Proposals for Further Stoppages on the Rochdale Canal

Date: 20/11/2014

Canal & River Trust (CRT) has announced that it plans to instigate additional stoppages on the Rochdale Canal and has asked canal users to submit ...

Elvington Lock Campaign Update

Date: 09/10/2014

The current closure of Elvington Lock on Yorkshire's River Derwent was the main topic discussed at a meeting between representatives of the Environment Agency (EA) and IWA held on Monday 6th October.

Elvington Lock, also known as ...

Canal & River Trust Consultation on Mooring Sales

Date: 07/10/2014

Canal & River Trust (CRT) is inviting people to take part in a consultation about how it sells its long-term moorings.

The consultation will focus on the way the CRT prices, allocates and sells its long-term moorings. Proposed ...

CRT Launches Water Resources Consultation

Date: 10/09/2014

On 9th September, Canal & River Trust (CRT) launched a consultation about how it plans to manage essential water resources over the next 35 years.
 
CRT announced that its hydrology experts are working on a strategy to ensure ...

CRT to Continue Winter Mooring Permit Trial

Date: 02/09/2014

Canal & River Trust (CRT) has announced that following a positive response to last year’s trial changes to the winter moorings system it has decided to offer a continuation of that pilot, with a few additional features.

The ...

Campaign to Save Navigation in Yorkshire

Date: 29/07/2014

IWA is campaigning to save a section of the waterways system from becoming unnavigable.  

Elvington Lock (also known as Sutton Lock) on the River Derwent in Yorkshire, is currently closed to navigation, following a temporary ...

Sir Tony Robinson Supports Canal Restoration Campaign

Date: 10/07/2014

Sir Tony Robinson is backing a canal restoration campaign to encourage more people to engage with derelict canals across the country.

IWA is working alongside Canal & River Trust (CRT) in this campaign and both organisations want ...

IWA Welcomes APPWG Inquiry into Canal & River Trust

Date: 09/07/2014

IWA has welcomed plans announced by the All Party Parliamentary Waterways Group (APPWG), to hold an inquiry into Canal & River Trust (CRT), to evaluate the development, progress and future plans of the charity.

CRT was established ...

CRT Releases Annual Report & Accounts for 2013/14

Date: 09/07/2014

On 8th July Canal & River Trust (CRT) published its 2013/14 Annual Report & Accounts at its Annual Meeting in Birmingham.

CRT stated that during its first full year as a charity it had met challenges but felt it had made a good ...

IWA Funding Enables CRT to Focus on Restoration

Date: 09/05/2014

IWA welcomes Canal & River Trust's (CRT) renewed commitment to the restoration of Britain's inland waterways, and has provided funding to enable them to do it.

IWA has organised a Tags: IWA News, Waterway News, Restoration, Campaigns, Events, Navigation Authorities

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