Award-winning civil and environmental engineering company, Land & Water, is dedicated to safeguarding and improving environments for future generations to enjoy. As a part of this commitment, Land & Water is supporting the restoration of Agenda 21, a residential mooring site alongside the Oxford Canal towpath, situated three miles north of Oxford city centre.
Agenda 21 is an affordable living site, designed to act as a real community. The banks at the site are currently falling into the river making the site inhabitable. Land & Water will be carrying out a complete repair whilst installing fishing jetties which boats will be able to moor from.
Lucy Lee, Contracts Manager at Land & Water comments: “We have been working for five years to secure approval of this contract. As a company, we are extremely passionate about providing solutions that are carefully planned, implemented and delivered in order to protect habitats and waterways for years to come.
It is vitally important to safeguard the environment and the river banks at Agenda 21 to ensure its longevity as a habitable site. There is a real community feeling here, each boat moves around every other day so that they can all take advantage of the scenic views. We are delighted to be involved with the project and to help this community thrive.”