Following completion of our beach management activities throughout February at Eastoke, stormy weather affected the south coast of England. The beach bore the brunt of these storms and prevented flooding from occurring
Groyne 54 at West Beach has now been completely removed.
Remaining section of the ineffectual timber groyne to be removed on Thursday 25th February, during the afternoon tide.
Before low tide this morning our contractor started removing the ineffective groyne at West Beach.
Following recent storms, the isolated groyne (no.54) at West Beach has suffered irreparable damage and is posing a significant health and safety risk.
After 10 days of work on site, a survey of the beach at Eastoke has calculated the need for additional shingle material.
Project update for the South Hayling Maintenence - Winter 2021
Rough sea conditions occurred along the South Hayling frontage this week, these were due to a deep depression, which developed in the south west of the English Channel over the weekend.
A survey was launched in the summer, seeking the community’s views on coastal management at Hayling Island, follow this link to find out information about the survey and the responses received.
A new project on Hayling Island to clear the Eastoke Promenade of the overspill of shingle and to remove the vegetation.
On Tuesday 11th November, our contractor will be working to recover the fallen navigation marker from Groyne 58 at West Beach.
Beach management works in South Hayling to start on the 9th November 2020