Projects, maintenance and repairs for Portsmouth coastline
Coastal defence and protection schemes can include major civil engineering undertakings and require many years of planning, site investigations, impact assessment and most importantly the support of the community.
The Local Authorities across the Coastal Partners frontage invest resources each year into maintaining their existing coastal defence structures. No coastal defence is maintenance free, although in some cases cost can be quite minimal.
Protecting the Future of North Portsea Island
The North Portsea Island Scheme covers 8.4km of coastline from Tipner through to Milton. Works taking place in 5 phases from 2015-2024.More Details
Portchester to Paulsgrove
In 2015 the Coastal Partners, on behalf of Fareham Borough Council and Portsmouth City Council, secured funding to undertake a Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management (FCERM) options appraisal study to develop outline designs for the Portchester to Paulsgrove coastline.More Details
North Portsea Island - Eastern Road and Kendall's Wharf, Phase 4
Construction of the Eastern Road flood defences will commence in April 2021, and continue until winter 2023.More Details
Southsea Coastal Scheme
The current defences are coming to the end of their lifespan, which increases the risk of flooding in Southsea. Our aim is to create new defences that embrace everything we all love about the seafront.More Details