Revoke the 10mph speed limit on Lake Windermere

To revoke the 10mph speed limit on Lake Windermere and to force the Lake District National Park Authority to develop a managed solution that will allow the use of powered boats at speeds above 10mph and allow us to enjoy water-skiing once again on Englands largest lake.

Why is this idea important?

To revoke the 10mph speed limit on Lake Windermere and to force the Lake District National Park Authority to develop a managed solution that will allow the use of powered boats at speeds above 10mph and allow us to enjoy water-skiing once again on Englands largest lake.

Revoke the 10mph speed limit on Lake Windermere

To revoke the 10mph speed limit on Lake Windermere and to force the Lake District National Park Authority to develop a managed solution that will allow the use of powered boats at speeds above 10mph and allow us to enjoy water-skiing once again on Englands largest lake.

Why is this idea important?

To revoke the 10mph speed limit on Lake Windermere and to force the Lake District National Park Authority to develop a managed solution that will allow the use of powered boats at speeds above 10mph and allow us to enjoy water-skiing once again on Englands largest lake.

Simplify collection of duty on red diesel for boats

Either abolish the extra propulsion duty or introduce a flat rate for red diesel supplied to pleasure boats (eg on canals) . The current system of boaters declaring any proportion they wish and each supplier applying the regultions as they see fit is complicated, confusing and inconsistent. Small business do not have the time to negotiate the rate for each sale of fuel, and more to the point should not have to.

Why is this idea important?

Either abolish the extra propulsion duty or introduce a flat rate for red diesel supplied to pleasure boats (eg on canals) . The current system of boaters declaring any proportion they wish and each supplier applying the regultions as they see fit is complicated, confusing and inconsistent. Small business do not have the time to negotiate the rate for each sale of fuel, and more to the point should not have to.