A SECOND comprehensive survey is currently being conducted in the Holy Loch by Crown Estate Scotland to identify and remove abandoned moorings.

The Clyde’s community marine officer working for Bidwells, who are Crown Estate Scotland‘s coastal managing agents, identified a number of potentially abandoned and unlicensed moorings in the Holy Loch during an initial survey in June.

Every mooring was inspected to identify and sticker those which may be abandoned and requiring removal. The survey is being undertaken in partnership with Peel Ports – Clydeport and has the support of the local mooring associations and other organisations involved in the management of the River Clyde.