Hardy access services were asked to put forward a scheme that would support an old mill banking that housed a defunct mill pond for powering the water wheel within the mill. Over the year’s vegetation growth and general deterioration, had caused the banking to move, raising alarm of collapse. A straight forward raking shore was not an option, as an adjacent single track road was the only access for residents in the nearby hamlet, the lane was also part a very popular route for ramblers. A flying shore was suggested which would be constructed in a manner that enabled the lane to remain open throughout the operation. The project was completed with minimal disruption to local residents.