Works are now complete at Lenzie Moss, a Site of Importance for Nature Conservation (SINC) in the East Dunbartonshire Council area, with the removal and replacement of the existing boardwalk and upgrade of the main perimeter path network.

The existing boardwalk, built in 2005, is much loved by local people and visitors alike. The new and improved boardwalk and path network has provided better access for all visitors to the nature reserve.

The new boardwalk provides easier and safer access to the Moss for people of all ages and abilities. It forms part of a circular route around the Moss which is home to numerous birds and wildlife and is designed to protect the valuable habitats beneath it.

John McGeady Project Manager liaised with the Council prior to works commencing to ensure all flora and fauna was protected throughout the works, paying particular attention to the voles which can be found in abundance around the Moss.

Our Project Manager also ensured all site staff were made aware of the nationally rare flora around the site including the rare Bog Rosemary Andromeda polifolia as Lenzie Moss is the only known site for this within East Dunbartonshire