I wonder if the wherrymen faced these issues?residential boats moored where they are authorised to do so and has made provision for these within the draft local plan.
It is commonly believed that people have lived on inland waterways since recorded history. Whether they do or not, is not a Broads Authority issue, not is it something that should require planning permission from the undemocratic organisation that allegedly runs the Broads.
In my opinion, it is a social issue.
Social issues are not anything to do with the Broads Authority.
http://www.edp24.co.uk/news/environ ... 631Development Management Policies - Policy DP22
The Broads Authority has no statutory role in meeting housing requirements