Moss Naylor Young are a small planning and regeneration practice operating from Somerset and Manchester. The company specialises in bespoke waterway consultancy and offers a comprehensive heritage and regeneration service. Moss Naylor Young count the public, private and voluntary sectors amongst their clients.
- the Bath Waterspace Study,
- completion of a £12 million grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund for the restoration of the Cotswold Canals through Stroud and a similar, smaller scheme in Droitwich,
- a strategy for the Swansea Canal for inclusion in the City local plan,
- work on the regeneration of the Ashby Canal,
- work on the regeneration of Measham Wharf and Town Centre,
- a regeneration and restoration study for the Stockport Canal in greater Manchester (an abandoned branch off the popular Cheshire Ring) and the Bradley Locks Branch in the Black Country.
- regeneration and restoration of the “canal quarter” in Clydach, Swansea,
- restoration of the Bude Canal
- development of a heritage centre and visitor trails on Caradon Moor
- infrastructure projects for public and freight access by water to the London Olympics and waterside regeneration in London’s east end
Moss Naylor Young’s work for the Somerset Coal Canal near Bath on floating communities and flourishing heritage was presented at the World Canals Conference in Syracuse, New York.
Moss Naylor Young has guided many sites through all stages of the planning process from initial proposal for inclusion in the development plan, through local plan inquiries and the successful grant of planning permission.