Proposals requiring physical works

COVID 19 Due to the current situation with Covid 19 the Canal & River Trust will be prioritising work that has been identified as urgent and safety critical. Therefore, we’re afraid we are unable to meet our usual 6 week response time to submit Business Boating applications, this includes both Operating Proposals & Works Proposals.

The Trust is currently operating on an essential and prioritised basis. As part of the Operating Proposal process we conduct an internal consultation and some applications require a site inspection which means that we may not be able to review your application until Government restrictions are lifted.

We would welcome you to still submit your proposal for review and kindly request that you include as much information as possible to support your application.  We are anticipating a high level of applications once restrictions are lifted which may also have a knock on effect on our response time.

Thank you in advance for your understanding and assistance.

 

Where proposals require works affecting Trust property, you will require our approval (and a formal agreement if required) prior to commencing works on site. Before granting approval, we need to be sure that the methodology and technical submission are adequate to protect the integrity of the waterway and the safety of our customers.

 

The purpose of this site is to help the operators of boating businesses to understand the process they need to follow if they are proposing to do any works affecting Trust property.

WORKS AFFECTING TRUST PROPERTY

DEFINITION:

All works on Canal & River Trust property or where works have the potential to affect the navigation or operational activities of the Trust, or where support is offered and loads are to be imposed on Trust property.

Please use the links to navigate to the appropriate sections.

Please click to go to our Works affecting - application process

Last date edited: 2 April 2020