The Phase 2 restoration section of the Cotswold Canals is between Gateway Bridge in the Cotswold Water Park (near South Cerney) and Inglesham near Lechlade.
Inglesham is where the Thames & Severn Canal joins the River Thames.
Some of the achievements to date on this section include:
- Construction of Gateway Bridge, Spine Road, Sourth Cerney (2003)
- Restoration of Eisey Lock (2012, structure only)
- Restoration of Cerney Wick Lock (1990 - structure & top gates only)
- Re-construction of spill weir near Cerney Wick Lock (2011)
- Re-construction of many sections of towpath
- Provision of canal culvert under the A419 dual-carriageway at Latton (1997)
- Dredging of pound between Gateway Bridge & Cerney Wick Lock (2011)
- Re-building of Weymoor Bridge, Latton (2020)
- Restoration of Inglesham Lock structure (2020)
Significant challenges on this section of the canal are land ownership and several miles of infilling around the village of Kempsford.
The length of the Phase 2 restoration section is about 10 miles (16 km).