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
An update on progress for Phase 4 and a look ahead to the work over winter 2020/21 and the next stages of the project.
Southsea Coastal Scheme is granting Scheduled Monument Consent (SMC) approval for our Sub-Frontage 1 works
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On the 19th August we held a virtual ‘Introduction to the Hayling Island Coastal Management Strategy’ session. This was a chance for key stakeholders on the island to meet the key project team and hear more about the strategy, in terms of; why do we need a strategy? what will the strategy do? w...
Work is progressing on the Portsmouth City Council North Portsea Island Phase 4 scheme. Before our contractor Mackley starts work on the defences next to the coastal path, a section of the coastal path will be temporarily closed from 1st July 2020, as shown in the map below.
Work begins on the first stage, Kendall's Wharf, on 25th November 2019 and will continue until Spring 2020. The works include the construction of an earth embankment and wall, as well as raising the access road into Kendall's Wharf.
Here at Coastal Partners we are always on the look out for new talent to join our team.
The next phase of plans to protect North Portsea Island from the risk of coastal flooding are underway following approval of the planning application for the first package of work in the Kendall's Wharf area of North Portsea Island.
Following a spell of bad weather, the beach levels lowered in one of the groyne bays at Hill Head beach.