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Member Since 21 Apr 2005
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In Topic: rubbish

Yesterday, 08:37 AM

You missed out a further option. Book the boat into a boatyard and do the work/have it done there. I.E. in a place designed and built for the purpose, with all facilities needed including waste disposal.

Fine if you can afford to do that. Someone c/c with no car has little but to use the bins unless it's dumped in towpath hedges.
The best people on here can do is convince folk go use the bins concideratly.

In Topic: rubbish

29 August 2015 - 05:53 PM

It's gonna go in the bin so all I ask of you is cut the waste whatever it is into small pieces so it doesn't stop the bin being used by others
Nothing worse than a large sheet of waste wood wedged at an angle across the bin creating a large gap beneath.

In Topic: Atherstone - what is notable about this picture?!

29 August 2015 - 12:29 PM

So when do we get the answer.

In Topic: Council Tax within Licence Fee?

29 August 2015 - 12:20 PM

Incorrect interpretation. The marina mooring charge is fairly standard and not high at all, as far as I know it does not inculde any council tax fee.

So if the council are taking coucil tax from YOU then the mooring must be residential because they are putting a rateable value on the mooring and charging you.
If as you say the marina fees are standard then you are lucky to have an official residential mooring. I always thought a group of residents in a marina paid a reduced tax because of lack of full services. Could be wrong perhaps others can say if they pay minimum bricks and mortar tax for a mooring.
Edit to enter,,official,,,

In Topic: Atherstone - what is notable about this picture?!

29 August 2015 - 07:43 AM

There looks to me a gate paddle visible.