Have the rules changed much over the last few years? I can understand some people being miffed if new rules are having a detrimental affect on the way they have lived for many years. Twenty miles a year doesn't seem like much to ask, but if you can only stop for two weeks at at time, how do you only end up traveling twenty miles?
Nailing CC wich has been the way of life for a great many old school water travellers in favour of freeing mooring up for those fashionable young professionals and retired well offs is the opposite of a good thing from my point of few. It's effectively waterway gentrification and forces poorer folks of the water. I think it's a bastard thing to do in fact, especially as the rules have changed recentlyish.
But hey, maybe you can afford it.