A fenced path is created behind the boathouses leading to the new cut ford.
The old swimming pool is restored and the area around developed to create a river bathing and picnic area.
Dense thorn and nettle beds are created along the two ditches draining into the Isis to attract breeding nightingales.
A pony & riding club is established on the old fields at the corner of meadow lane.
A fuel wood coppice is established on the old tip to supply local resident’s wood burners.
The culvert is rebuilt with a design that supports boating, damming and general messing about in streams.
The scrub-filled meadow becomes a community camp site.
Salter’s forms a partnership with a social enterprise to use spare capacity in its site for a local produce shop and distribution hub and a training centre for riverboat building and maintenance technologies.
The Riverside centre is redeveloped to provide more modern club accommodation, a new cycling club, cafe and small conference/workshop centre.
East Oxford’s creative types design a bridge that captures the spirit and ethos of East Oxford.