The Middle Level Commissioners are a statutory corporation created under the Middle Level Acts 1810-74 and operating also under the Land Drainage Act 1991, the Flood and Water Management Act 2010 and the Nene Navigation Act 1753.
The Commissioners and Associated Boards are a contributing authority to planning processes across Cambridgeshire and Norfolk. Read more about consents
We are pleased to advise that to assist developers and their agents we have added a fee checker spreadsheet to our consents page. This is a handy aid to check what fees are likely to be due for consent applications for various byelaw related matters.
Tokens for the Sanitation Point in March Town Centre are now available from March Library and the Council Offices in County Road. Further information can be found on the Council web site, by phone on 01354 654321 or on the purple information board at the service block.
The Middle Level is the fourth largest navigation authority in the United Kingdom responsible for approx 160 km of statutory navigation and six navigation locks.
In accordance with Statutory requirements this Notice has also been published in the Cambs Times, Towpath Talk, Canal Boating Times and Waterways World.
The date for publication of Waterways World is 3rd October 2019 and Canal Boating Times is 17th October 2019 therefore any comments about the Confirmation of the Navigation Byelaws should be made to the Clerk to the Commissioners by 18th November 2019.