Berth holders currently use the farm car park, which lies just to the north of the mooring site. There are no permanent car parking rights, so the continuance of such arrangements cannot be guaranteed or facilitated by the Trust. The new, incoming tenant will need to make their own arrangements with the London Borough of Ealing, who we understand own both the farm and car park.

The moorings comprise a strip of land along the northern bank of the canal, approximately 135 metres in length, with land to the rear used for amenity and storage by berth holders. A small timber office/store at the eastern end of the site was used as a ticket office for a trip boat that previously visited the site. There are two further timber buildings along the bankside, each containing two small stores, designed to provide storage for the four residential moorings originally consented. These timber stores need repair or replacement. In practice, it appears that berth holders use their own storage cabinets or similar.

The incoming tenant should make a priority of tidying up each mooring site, ideally rationalising the storage provision to a single, good quality, storage cabinet or shed per berth.

The site was originally laid out with four residential berths, one leisure and the eastern-most berth was designated for trip boat use. In October 2021 planning consent was granted to change the leisure berth to a fifth residential mooring. The easternmost mooring remains allocated for trip boat use, although it has not been used as such for several years.