Mooring

Reading Borough Council provide leisure moorings at four locations within the town.

Chestnut Walk

chestnut walk public mooring

Chestnut Walk

RG1 3DD
Mooring reference: 2580

Christchurch Meadows

christchurch meadows leisure mooring

Christchurch Meadows

RG4 8BX
Mooring reference: 2581

Kings Meadow (Coal Woodlands)

coal woodlands leisure mooring

Kings Meadow 

RG1 8AG
Mooring reference: 2583

Queens Road

queens road leisure mooring

Queens Road

RG1 4AR
Mooring reference: 2586

Charges and payment

Fees of £4 for up to four hours or £9.50 (inclusive of VAT) for a stay of up to 24 hours are payable on use of the moorings and stay is limited to no more than three days in any 14 day period.

Make a payment  – you will need to enter the 4 digit reference number given above and displayed at each site.

Payment enquiries

Telephone: 01785 336780
Email: enquiries@district-enforcement.co.uk
Mail: District Enforcement Ltd, PO Box 10418, Ashby LE65 9EJ

Terms and conditions

By mooring, anchoring or remaining stationary at this location at any time, you, the person or persons, in control of the vessel agree to pay a charge of £100 per day, payable within 28 days if any of the following conditions are met:

  • where no pre-payment has been made
  • the vessel is recorded as exceeding the pre-paid time
  • the vessel returns to moor at this location in excess of the time frame set out above

District Enforcement has the right to exercise a general lien upon any vessel and/or other property of the vessel owner whilst in or on this site, until any money due to District Enforcement in respect of mooring fees, storage or other charges, or otherwise shall be paid.

Mooring/storage charges will continue to apply during this time. District Enforcement may exercise their lien at any time and any lien shall extend to cover the cost of recovering any sums due and for that purpose District Enforcement shall have the right to sell the goods by public auction or private treaty without notice to the owner.

District Enforcement Ltd is likely to take debt recovery action (including court action) that will incur further costs. 

Legal and other such costs will be added to the charge and are payable on an indemnity basis.