Although the Nottingham Canal is abandoned and not currently proposed for restoration, much of its towpath remains used as a footpath and a long section of the canal between Eastwood, Trowell and Wollaton is capable of restoration as a local amenity.
However, the Proposed Scheme plan showed the Trowell Embankment across the canal, near the A609 Nottingham Road Underbridge, with the towpath closed and a footpath diversion. This would have threatened the continuity of the towpath (Trowell Footpath 23).
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