the scheme is raising the crest of the slipway to the height of the coastal defence. This involves rebuilding a section of the slipway.
At the Andrew Simpson Watersports Centre, the scheme is raising the crest of the slipway to the height of the coastal defence.
This week at the Andrew Simpson Centre we have been raising the top of the slipway to the height of the coastal defence.
This week we have seen the walls being formed using a textured mould to provide shelter for marine life to settle
This week has been busy this week! Several concrete pours have taken place as the construction of the flood wall continues along the frontage and more.
The slipway at Andrew Simpson Watersports Centre has been progressing well, with the final pours currently underway. We have also had a drone out on site this week to take some pictures
This week the team have been continuing to progress well along the frontage at North Portsea Island.
This week has seen the first concrete wall pours happening on site near the Andrew Simpson Watersports Centre.
Team have made a fantastic start back on site at Phase 4 (Eastern Road) works. Works have begun adjacent to the Andrew Simpson Watersports Centre and to the area to the south of the slipway.
Repairs to damaged sea wall along four sections of the coastal path from Portsmouth's Mountbatten Centre to the Lido will get underway on 19 April to ensure the area is fully operational in time for summer.
Urgent repair works are being carried out to remove protruding metal cables from the beach at Southsea Beach West following the effects of storm ‘Bella’ in December 2020.
Coastal Partners were delighted to be recognised as a semi-finalist in the 'Coastal Management' section of the 2020 Flood and Coastal Excellence Awards for their entry on North Portsea Island (NPI).