Posts tagged ‘Broads Authority’

November 18, 2020

BROADS AUTHORITY NOTICE TO MARINERS No. 13 of 2020

River Wensum Closure - Trowse, Norwich

Notice is hereby given that AmcoGiffen will be undertaking essential
maintenance works on the Trowse Swing Bridge.
River passage will be closed during the following periods. From
Monday 14 December until Wednesday 23 December 2020 and from Monday 28 December 2020 until Friday 8 January 2021.

Grid reference TG245076. Please ensure that the area is taken into
consideration for passage planning and when navigating in this area.

For more information visit
https://www.broads-authority.gov.uk/boating/navigating-thebroads/notices-to-mariners or call 01603 610734
November 10, 2020

BROADS AUTHORITY NOTICE TO MARINERS No. 12 of 2020

October 29, 2020

BA Notice: End of season facility closures

From 1 November our facilities at Great Yarmouth Yacht Station, Norwich Yacht Station and Reedham Quay will be closing for the winter as the sites revert to control of the respective local councils.

This means that there will be no mooring at the Yacht Stations and facilities such as toilets, showers, pump-outs, electric charging posts and water points will be closed.

Other water and electric points managed by the Authority will remain open (please note that electric posts may trip out with high tides, if boaters find a post that is not operational please let us know using the details below and we will fix it).

Our full-time and summer seasonal Broads Rangers will be continuing patrols and there will be an increased presence on the water until the end of November compared to a regular year.

Broads Control, supported by our Breydon Rangers, will also be available for tide and lower Bure bridge clearance information through November. Boaters can contact Broads Control for this information and other assistance on 01603 756056 or Broads.Control@broads-authority.gov.uk seven days a week between the hours of 9am – 5pm.

In case of emergency please contact the emergency services on 999.

With the onset of winter and increased likelihood of adverse weather conditions, we are encouraging boaters to wear life jackets, plan their journey ahead and ensure they reach their destination before darkness falls. For more safety advice please see our website and social media feeds.

If you have any questions please get in touch using our contact form or speak to Broads Control using the details provided above.

March 28, 2017

BA Moorings – Electricity point meter upgrade

We are advised that:

Picture – Broads Authority

After installing and programming the last few sites between now and Thursday 30 March 2017, it can be confirmed that all Broads Authority electric pillars will be open to the public for use by Friday 31 March 2017.

The new meters will be ready to work with the new contactless cards which are being made available through all usual outlets.