CLAMP DOWN ON CLYDE MOORINGS
A survey is being carried out at Holy Loch, Firth of Clyde, to identify abandoned moorings. Every licensed mooring will be inspected and issued a unique identification tag.
Unlicensed moorings, where an owner can’t be identified, will be removed. The work is being carried out by property agents Bidwells on behalf of Crown Estate Scotland.
Dr Darren Hirst from Bidwells said there is a high demand for moorings in the Clyde as it’s less exposed compared to other west coast locations.
“Many of Scotland’s popular mooring areas are at capacity, which makes this kind of exercise crucial,” he added.
There is a high demand for Clyde moorings