Despite the recent improvement below ISIS LOCK it is not a lot of good if you cant use it. It has been anticipated by BW that this mooring would be used by non-licence payers and overstayers. There is a sign to this effect on the mooring stating that the pontoon is specific for lock operation only. There are those that live on the Thames and pay no BW licence who insist on mooring up for an hour or two while they take on water. Of course in doing that they are not only stopping genuine licence payers using the landing for operating the lock, a boat moored on the pontoon is moored partway across the opening of the lock so causing an obstacle to navigation, but they are stealing from BW. Water supplied on the BW moorings is for the use of BW licence payers not skankey scroungers. I love what has been done here but I feel that people will go the long way around on the river to avoid what could become a wart on the end of the canal.