More works planned to make the River Soar through Leicester more accessible
A series of measures have been outlined to make the Grand Union Canal River Soar through Leicester more accessible to people as well as help prevent flooding.
The city council set out a programme of works that are part of an continuing access programme funded by the £33 million of Environment Agency flood alleviation cash, the Government and the Canal and River Trust.
Among the planned schemes are the creation of new moorings for boaters at Memory Lane Wharf near the new Leicester Riders Arena as well as improvements to the canal tow path between Abbey Meadows and Holden Street and putting... read more
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