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5th January 2020 – New Members Subscription Offer – 2 years for price of one.

The TMBA wishes all Thames boaters a Happy and Boatiful New Year. Just a reminder that all membership applications approved, and the membership fee paid, by 31st March 2020 will enjoy a further year of membership free of charge until 31st December 2021. … Continue reading

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21st. December 2019 – New Members 2 years for 1 offer for 2020

We’d like more Thames based motor boaters to add their support to our efforts to represent boaters interests in the management and future of the river, so the TMBA is offering two years membership for the price of one for … Continue reading

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EA – Strategic Review of Navigation Charges workshop summary report

The EA recently held a number of river user workshops to consider plans for a new 5 year Registration Charges plan from 2021. They have now published a summary document of the outcomes from these meetings and will be moving … Continue reading

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The Case for a River Thames Cultural Vision

New report Co-commissioned by the Greater London Authority and the Port of London Authority. This appears to be specific to the tidal Thames. The Case for a River Thames Cultural Vision 

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8th June 2019 – Transfer of EA Waterways to CRT off the agenda

Message received from the Environment Agency confirms there will be no further discussions regarding a possible transfer of EA waterways to the Canal and Rivers Trust Whilst this provides some degree of certainty, at least for the time being, it … Continue reading

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