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Minutes from meeting – 14th January 2016

MINUTES OF TENBY HARBOUR USER’S ASSOCIATION COMMITTEE MEETING, TENBY SAILING CLUB – 14 JANUARY 2016   ATTENDEES Peter Edwards Andrew Lowe Angus Dunlop, Chair Blake Shaw, Vice Chair Bev Summers, Secretary   APOLOGIES Alastair Mackay Paul Cowper, Legal Advisor   1.  The Chair provided an update following the meeting held with Pembrokeshire County Council (PCC)… Read more »

Minutes from Meeting – 13th October 2015

MINUTES OF TENBY HARBOUR USER’S ASSOCIATION MEETING WITH PEMBROKESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL, COUNTY HALL – 13 OCTOBER 2015 PEMBROKESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Ian Westley, Chief Executive Barry Cooke, Head of Property Phillip Williams, Property Review Manager County Councillor Michael Williams TENBY HARBOUR USER’S ASSOCIATION Angus Dunlop, Chair Blake Shaw, Vice Chair Paul Cowper, Legal Advisor Bev Summers,… Read more »

Minutes from Meeting – 30th April 2015

MINUTES OF TENBY HARBOUR USER’S ASSOCIATION – AGM HELD AT TENBY SAILING CLUB, 30 APRIL 2015 @19:00 REPRESENTATIVES Angus Dunlop (Chair) Blake Shaw (Vice Chair) Bev Summers (Acting Secretary) Paul Cowper Tony Spiller Alistair Mackay Charles Crockford Nathan Spiller ATTENDEES Peter Bolwell Peter Edwards Andrew Lowe Stephen Lowe Mike Lewis Alan Thomas Nolan Rees Billy… Read more »

Time For Action on Tenby Harbour

Tenby Harbour Users Association

14 years have passed since the Government suggested better ways of managing harbours owned by local authorities. 8 years since it recommended in the Municipal Ports Review of 2006 that ports such as Tenby should change the way they are managed. Out would go management by the Local Authority. In would come a Harbour Board… Read more »

The Future Management of Tenby Harbour

Tenby Harbour Users Association

INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND 1.  Tenby Harbour is a municipal port owned and managed by the Local Authority, Pembrokeshire County Council. 2. The Council is the Harbour Authority. Decisions regarding the management and future of the harbour are made by the Council. 3. In 2000 and 2006 two major reviews took place into the management of… Read more »