Yes I can wait.
I developed moorings on Sharleston Wharf on the River Roding 21 yrs ago and had a lease from the PLA and the landowner Kevin Farr Associates. Adjoining the creek it was was an open wharf 150ft X 10ft wide and a flood wall which you had to climb to access the wharf and the moorings. I was allowed to erect a fence for security.
I operated from there for about 14 yrs and I also had a licence on two adjoining wharves from a separate landowner Freshwharf Estates. Those two wharves were sold off for development and I was invited to open new moorings to compensate on the opposite side of the creek from the the original wharf..
Sharleston Wharf had also been sold 6 years along the line, but my lease continued with the new owners and I was allowed to continue with my moorings.
I moved my boats across the Creek to Freshwharf Estates and operated from there for 10 yrs. keeping my original Mooring licence from the Port of London Authority which by now I had been given Residential Mooring Status, and I still used the wharf on occasions for mooring boats and access to the river.
A few months ago The new owners to Sharleston Wharf erected a Fence on the waters edge and a gate above the access ladder without giving me any written notification of doing so. thus making it impossible to access the water and the moorings from the land.
I now wish to use my moorings for a Residential Houseboat for the period of one year in 2016 but have now been refused access to the site
by the present owners. Please advise if I have rights.