[Talk-GB] Counties and coasts
PHILLIP.BARNETT at ITN.CO.UK
Mon Jun 22 16:59:57 BST 2009
I'd assume that only the bottom part of the pier is below highwater mark, otherwise the aforesaid shops would get wet twice a day.....
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From: talk-gb-bounces at openstreetmap.org [mailto:talk-gb-bounces at openstreetmap.org] On Behalf Of Peter Childs
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Subject: Re: [Talk-GB] Counties and coasts
2009/6/22 Ed Loach <ed at loach.me.uk>:
> The Essex one I traced from the dotted line on NPE. I'm not sure
> about 12 miles for county boundaries - I don't think Essex would
> want to have to maintain it's own navy to repel Suffolk encroachers
> for example.
> Having said that, I think I read somewhere that UK beaches below the
> high water mark are Crown property, so perhaps the county councils
> just look after them for the Queen?
Yes but what about the pier (which sticks into the sea) and is
therefore below the high water mark, Full of shops and licensed
If Essex is worried about invasion from Sussex, We'll send a force in
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