Thursday, 17 August 2017

Repairs to moorings and banks

REPAIRS costing £25,000 are to be made to moorings and riverbanks in Henley.

It follows a survey carried out by the town council last year that highlighted a number of areas that required maintenance.

The upper concrete wall at Marsh Meadows will be repaired. A 25m section of concrete sandbags will be replaced with steel sheet piling and a 2m footpath that is starting to collapse will be repaired with sandbags and sheet piling.

Mooring rings that have been pulled from the concrete will also be replaced.

The upper concrete river wall at the Mill Meadows permanent moorings site is damaged and will be repaired or upgraded. Concrete blocks on the upstream course of the temporary moorings will also be replaced.

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