Schedule 1: Sites Designated As: Free Temporary 72 Hour Visitor Mooring



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Schedule 1: Sites Designated As: Free Temporary 72 Hour Visitor Mooring

No Return To The Protection Order Zone (within the City Boundary) Within 28 Days


Location And Watercourse

Map

Comments/Site Owner/Regulator


North And West Oxford


East bank of Thames along Fiddler’s and Sidelings Islands (from southern end of Port Meadow to junction with Rewley Stream/Sheepwash Channel at end of Abbey Rd).

2

No facilities, but extensive area of bank suitable for temporary visitor mooring in areas where vegetation allows.

Regulated by Oxford City Council (OCC).



City Centre


South bank of Thames bordering Grandpont Nature Reserve (from railway bridge to Pembroke College Geoffery Arthur building).

3

No facilities, but suitable for temporary visitor mooring in areas where vegetation and sandbanks allow. Regulated by OCC.

West bank of Thames opposite Christ Church Meadow, starting from the edge of the University sports ground just south of Folly Bridge and extending down to point opposite first junction with river Cherwell.

3

No facilities, but an extensive area of bank close to the city centre suitable for temporary visitor mooring. Regulated by OCC?

South Oxford


mooring at the three sites listed below may be suspended prior to and during university rowing events.

West bank of Thames from southern boundary of University College boat house to Long Bridges House.

3+4

There are a small number of mooring births available along this stretch where vegetation allows. Regulated by OCC and EA

Two concrete mooring platforms between and immediately south of the two humpbacked footbridges just south of Hertford College boat house at Long Bridges.

4

No facilities, but suitable for temporary visitor mooring. Regulated by OCC and EA.


West bank of Thames bordering Iffley Meadow, from Donnington Bridge to the northern boundary of Isis boat house at Haystack Corner.

4

No facilities but extensive area of bank suitable for temporary visitor mooring where vegetation allows. Regulated by OCC and EA.



Schedule 2: Sites Designated As: Pay-For Visitor And Residential Mooring

Boat Owners Must Comply With Regulations Stipulated By Site Owner/Regulator


Location And Watercourse

Map

Owner/Regulator


North Oxford And Jericho


West bank of Thames either side of Godstow Rd, from Western Ring Road to Godstow Lock (incorporates the site of Godstow Nunnery).

1

Oxford University

Port Meadow Marina.


2

Bossoms Boat Yard.

Two mooring births on east bank of Thames at the southern end of Abbey Rd (close to Botley Rd bridge)

2

Environment Agency.

West Oxford And City Centre


Osney Marina and adjacent east bank of Thames, extending from point opposite Osney Lock down to railway bridge at Oxpens.

3

Osney Marina.

North bank Folly Bridge Island.


3

Owned and regulated by residents of the Island.

in addition to the sites listed above, there are also pay-for visitor and residential mooring sites provided by the canal and rivers trust and environment agency which are not included in this Schedule but regulated under their own legislation:

Oxford Canal (from Godstow to Hythe Bridge Street)

2

Regulated by the Canal and Rivers Trust.


West bank of Thames along East Street in Osney.

2

Regulated by the Environment Agency.

West bank of Thames from southern boundary of Isis Farmhouse Public House to Iffley Lock.

4

Regulated by the Environment Agency.



Schedule 3: Sites Designated As: Private Resident And Business Mooring only


Location And Watercourse

Map

Owner/Regulator


North Oxford And Jericho


East bank of Thames from western Ring Road to Godstow Road (at junction with bridge next to the Trout Public House).

1

Oxford Preservation Trust.

West bank of Castle Mill Stream along the rear of the properties on the section of Rewley Rd to North of Rewley Stream.

2

Owned by Persimmon Holmes and Regulated by Rewley Park Management Company.

City Centre


Mooring platform along Waterman’s Reach adjacent to Folly bridge

3

Owned and regulated by residents of Waterman’s Reach.

South Oxford


Concrete embankment on west bank of Thames immediately south of Folly Bridge and extending down to the edge of the University sports ground.

4

Salter’s Leisure Cruisers.

Tributary on the east side of Thames which forms the southern boundary of the Kidneys Nature reserve (location of college barges).

4

Oxford Preservation Trust.

East bank of Thames bordering Salter’s boat yard, just south of Donnington Bridge.

4

Salter’s Boat Yard.

Small section of concrete embankment outside Long Bridges House on west bank of Thames.

4

Resident of Long Bridges House.

Frontage of Isis Cottage next to Isis Farmhouse Public House on west bank of Thames.

4

Resident of Isis Cottage.

Frontage of Isis Farmhouse Public House on west bank of Thames just north of Iffley lock.

4

Owners of Isis Farm House Public House.

Both banks of west tributary, and west bank of east tributary, of Weirs Mill Stream to north of Donnington Bridge Rd. Also includes a small section of east bank of east tributary.

4

Weirs Orchard Mooring

Both banks of Weirs Mill Stream on western edge of Iffley Meadow, from Donnington Bridge down to point level with Isis Farmhouse Public House.

4

Weirs Orchard Mooring



Schedule 4: Sites Designated As No Mooring (Page 1 of 3)


Location And Watercourse

Map

Comments/Site Owner/Regulator


North Oxford And Jericho


East bank of Thames along the edge of Port Meadow (excluding the Marina).


1 + 2

The meadow is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and a SSSI considered to be of national importance. It also has an eroding and unstable bank. Regulated by OCC.

West bank of Thames from Iffley lock to Botley Road (opposite Port Meadow, Fiddler’s and Sidelings Islands and Abbey Rd).

1 + 2

Access only on to farmland and working allotments. Also includes frontages of Binsey Green and Medley Sailing Club and Bossom’s boat yard.

Regulated by OCC and Christchurch College.



Both banks of the Rewley Stream /Sheepwash Channel, from the junction with the Thames close to the bottom of Abbey Rd to the junction with the Castle Mill Stream in Jericho.

2

Boats moored across the entrance to the small channel behind Turbo Teds Nursery could affect the flow of water leading to flooding, and boats moored close to or under the railway bridge cause physical and visual obstruction to other boats. The concrete embankment at the end of Abbey Rd lies only 10m from windows of a property, and mooring here would cause noise and smoke pollution and privacy issues.

Regulated by OCC.



East bank of Thames along rear of properties on Abbey Road (excluding the two mooring births towards the bridge at the southern end of the road).

2

The riverbank lies only 10 to 15m from windows of the properties, and mooring here would cause noise and smoke pollution and privacy issues. Regulated by OCC.

Section of Bulstake Stream running at back of Botley Rd allotments to Tumbling Bay (Botley Park).

2

There is a chain across the western end blocking access to this stretch.

Regulated by OCC.



East bank of Castle Mill Stream from southern end of William Lucy Way up to St Thomas Street.

2

There are no facilities for live-ins and access from the bank is poor.

Regulated by the Canal and Rivers Trust and Network Rail.



West bank of Castle Mill Stream from southern end of William Lucy Way up to St Thomas Street, excluding the section behind the properties on the section of Rewley Road north of Rewley Stream .

2

Access from this side leads onto railway track along the northern section,and lies directly adjacent to housing and a nature area along the southern section. Various sections regulated by Network Rail, Canal and Rivers Trust, Rewley Park Management Company on behalf of Persimmon Holmes and OCC.


Schedule 4: Sites Designated As No Mooring (Page 2 of 3)


location and watercourse

map

Comments/Site Owner/Regulator


West Oxford And City Centre


East bank of Thames opposite East Street, from Botley Bridge to Osney Marina.

2

No access from bank and directly adjacent to properties. Regulated by OCC, Oxford University and private residents.

West bank of Thames from southern end of Osney Lock to junction with Bulstake Stream (where the railway bridge goes over the Thames at Grandpont).

3

Narrow stretch of Thames with navigation further hampered by sandbanks.

Regulated by EA.



Both banks of Bulstake Stream from junction with Thames at Grandpont to Botley Road.

3

Shallow channel with access only on to farmland and an industrial estate.


North bank of Thames forming the southern boundary of Oxpens Meadow and Friar’s Wharf.

3

Bank unsuitable for mooring - issues including narrow towpath, unstable and eroding bank and proximity to properties. Regulated by Network Rail, OCC and private residents.

South bank of Thames adjacent to Pembroke College/Geoffrey Arthur building and extending to Folly Bridge.

3

Bank lies immediately adjacent to windows of the college and residential properties. Mooring here would cause noise, smoke pollution and privacy issues. Regulated by Pembroke College, OCC and private residents.

South Oxford

(Sites On East Bank Or To East Of Thames)

East bank of Thames bordering Christ Church Meadow, the frontage of various college boat houses and Aston’s Eyot Nature Reserve.

3+4

The Meadow is a site of historic importance and a visitor attraction and Aston’s Eyot is an important urban habitat for wildlife.

Regulated by Christ Church College.



Both tributaries of the river Cherwell from junction with the Thames either side of the boat house island to Magdalen Bridge.

3


The tributaries are used for punting and there are no areas suitable for mooring.

Regulated by Christ Church and Magdalen Colleges.



East bank of Thames bordering the Kidneys/Iffley Island.

4

Nature area with fragile and eroding bank.

Regulated by OCC and Oxford Preservation Trust.



East bank of Thames bordering the grounds of the Falcon Rowing Club and Sea Scout centre (Donnington Riverside), under Donnington Bridge and bordering Oxford Rowing Club.

4

Access point to river for rowing clubs and schools. Boats moored adjacent to slipways would also obstruct view of on-coming crafts causing a hazard boats launching from the slipways. Regulated by OCC.

East bank of Thames immediately south of Salter’s boat yard, bordering Meadow Lane nature Reserve.

4

Nature area with eroding and unstable bank.

Regulated by OCC




Schedule 4: Sites Designated As No Mooring (Page 3 of 3)


location and watercourse

map

Comments/Site Owner/Regulator


South Oxford

(Sites On East Bank Or To East Of Thames)

East bank of Thames from southern edge of Meadow Lane Nature Reserve to Iffley lock.

4

Privately owned land with access only on to a nature reserve. Regulated by Oriel College and private resident.

East bank of Thames from Iffley Lock to Rivermead.

4

Privately owned land with access only on to a nature reserve. Regulated by Oxford University.

Riverbank along frontage of Rivermead Nature Reserve up to bypass bridge.

4

Nature area with eroding and unstable bank.

Regulated by OCC.



South Oxford

(Sites On West Bank Or To West Of Thames)

West bank of Thames opposite the island on which the various college boat houses are located (between the junctions of the two tributaries of the river Cherwell.

3


Busy stretch of river opposite the boathouses where rowing boats turn and manoeuvre. Also includes area of bank directly along the frontage of University College Boat House. This stretch of bank is also unstable and eroding. Regulated by University College and OCC.

Frontage of Hertford College Boat House.

3+4


Landing stage and slip way which provides access to river for users of boat house.

Regulated by Hertford College.



Long Bridges nature area (the Island). Section of Weirs Mill Stream.

4

The site has a fragile and eroding bank and the waterway is too shallow for safe navigation. This is also a wildlife area.

Regulated by OCC.



West bank of Thames along Long Bridges, from Hertford College boat house down to and underneath Donnington Bridge (excluding the two mooring platforms between and adjacent to the two humpback footbridges).

4

Narrow section of river opposite the ‘Gut’, and Sea scout and Riverside centres and Falcon Rowing Club. Heavily used by various rowing clubs and for university boat races.

Regulated by OCC.



Frontage of Isis Boat House at Haystack Corner, just north of Iffley lock.

4

Landing stage and slip way which provides access to river for users of boat house.

Regulated by Owners of Isis Farm House Public House.



West bank of Thames bordering Iffley Meadow south of Iffley lock to road bridge.

4

Regulated by EA.

Eastern tributary of Weirs Mill Stream to north of Donnington Bridge (excludes osier bed to the north of Donnington Bridge Rd).

4

Bank unsuitable for mooring.

Both banks of Weirs Mill Stream on west edge of Iffley Meadow Nature Reserve from point level with Isis Farmhouse Public House down to Ring road.

4

One of the city’s most important and unique wildflower habitats. The site has an unstable bank and mooring and access would disturb this fragile habitat. Regulated by BBOWT and OCC.


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