Operation Whistleblower

Boaters whistles are a community initiative to deter burglers and warn other boaters of an attempted break-in.

If you see someone acting suspiciously, for example looking through boat windows, or if you actually see a crime taking place, BLOW YOUR WHISTLE to alert your neighbours and CONTACT THE POLICE.

EMERGENCIES - Call 999 if the crime is taking place. If the crime has already happened and the perpetrators are gone, call Project Kraken on 101.

How to use your whistle:

Please don’t cry wolf! Don’t play with whistles or use them when no crime is happening.

Project Kraken

This is the Metropolitan Police’s Marine Unit. They have jurisdiction of the canals and rivers in London.

Email: project.kraken@met.police.uk

Telephone: 101

The police advise that we familiarise ourselves with the local area each time we moor somewhere new, so they can get to us quickly if a crime does take place.

Look for a street sign or memorable sight and calculate approximately how far you are from, it in which direction.

Angel Visitor Moorings Proposals

Some proposals arrived at by CaRT (largely Sorwar) and LB (largely me) in response to the fraught situation with local residents at Angel (largely Noel Road). Most of this has been raised in meetings and on the list, but the final documents are still open for comment - please email the list before October 4th and i'll put together any feedback for Sorwar.

Andrew

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London Assembly CRT response

CRT response to London Assembly Moorings Investigation. July 2013

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London Assembly CRT Appendix 3

Map showing mooring supply on Regent's Canal

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London Assembly CRT Appendix 1

CRT mooring guidance

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London Assembly CRT Appendix 2

Map of mooring demand on Regent's Canal. Shows boat sightings annually in March from 2010-2013.

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Response to FOI request re. Mooring in London - LA Investigation

Oh, the balanced, rational debate that goes on behind blacked-out names... the --- are not our friends!

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Whatever Happened to the Cowley and Uxbridge Community Boaters Group?

A document in several parts, including an account of the meeting on 24th April with Sally Ash &co, a 'brief introduction' that explains why CUB buckled under the pressure of enforcement, the 'provisional proposals for the roving permit' apparently drafted by CUB (with CaRT help?), the CaRT questionnaire for CC'ers on the GU, the 'place' map, and a document provided by the Waterways Chaplaincy discussing housing benefit generally, and in the context of the RMP.

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Stonebridge cleanup day Sat 15th June

Time & Place: 10.00am – 3.00pm at the Waterside Centre.

Tasks: Community Room:-

Clean windows inside & out.
Clean under the eaves and underside of roof outside the toilets
and showers.

Clean the showers and toilets.

Clean and tidy the kitchen.

Clear vegetation from between the paving stones.

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