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Marina advocacy and projects update

by Boating Industry Association 1 Nov 2018 09:38 PDT
Marina advocacy and projects update © Boating Industry Association

The BIA is currently working on a number of projects and advocacy issues related to marinas, including leasing policy, planning codes, dredging, WH&S and vessel operations, that may impact marina owners and operators in NSW, Qld and SA.

The work is led by Darren Vaux, BIA Director and Director of Empire Marina Bobbin Head on behalf of members, providing expert guidance and widely-respected advocacy on behalf of members everywhere.

To provide an update on projects and issues, a marina owners/senior managers briefing will be held in Sydney on morning of 11 December. Full details will be communicated shortly: members from NSW, Qld and SA are asked to register their interest by reply to by 16 November.

Please note, attendance may be restricted to one per member company, depending on responses.

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