This week the team have been continuing to progress well along the frontage at North Portsea Island.
Since our last update, the project team have been preparing to appoint the specialist support of professional services to deliver the development of the project through the next phase of detailed design.
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.
Hook Lake has been chosen as a potential area to create new coastal habitat to offset these losses in the Hamble Estuary and the wider Solent.
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.
Fareham Borough Council will be carrying out maintenance on the timber groynes located at Monks Hill, Lee-on-the-Solent and Salterns foreshore.