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When Scottish Canals became a stand-alone organisation in July of this year, we adopted all of the previous British Waterways’ policies and committed to reviewing, within the first 18 months, their on-going fitness for purpose for Scottish Canals. In recognition of that, we are now seeking your views on the scope, practicality and criteria of the Boat Safety Scheme.
The majestic Caledonian Canal is considered by many as one of the greatest waterways of the world. Running from Fort William in the west to Inverness in the east, this 60 mile coast to coast channel passes through exciting towns and villages, spectacular lochs, and beautiful countryside.
Scottish Canals launched a campaign encouraging more people to live on the Caledonian Canal at Seaport Marina, Muirtown Wharf, Inverness, today (Monday 21st January).
The City of Edinburgh Council, in partnership with British Waterways Scotland, is set to launch a new strategy which will look at developing five 'hubs along the Union Canal. The public consultation will last from June until the end of August.
Scotland’s Boat Safety Scheme is not only fit for purpose but widely supported by the majority of users, according to the latest consultation carried out by Scottish Canals.
Scottish Canals launched a nation-wide campaign on Thursday 13th September to encourage more people to try 'Living on Water' at Leamington Wharf, Edinburgh. The new campaign is part of a drive to stimulate more activity on the Scottish canals which have been transformed into increasingly vibrant waterways in recent years.
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