On the 28th October 2020, Havant Borough Council’s Cabinet approved the outline design and recommended route alignment options, providing delegated authority for the appointment of a professional designer for the detailed design stage of the Langstone Scheme.
Coastal Partners are now working towards appointing a Consultant to take forward the work on this project into the next stage of detailed design, which is due to commence in early 2021.
The project team would like to share a video update that has been prepared for the community and others with an interest in the project. This presentation outlines the progress made to date and looks forward to the next stage of design and what to expect in the future.
Topographic Surveying – weeks commencing 30th November and 7th December 2020
We are due to undertake a full topographic survey of the Langstone frontage to inform the next stage of detailed design. This is scheduled for weeks commencing 30th November and 7th December (weekdays only).
Our Geomatics Team will be present on site, collecting information about the existing topography. This survey data will be used to inform how the proposed defences will be designed and could be constructed. The Team will be practicing social distancing to enable them to carry out the work safely, so if you do see the surveyors working, please do maintain the social distancing requirements.
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Where is the study area?
The ~1km long Langstone frontage is located on the mainland immediately north of Hayling Island, in the Borough of Havant, Hampshire.
The village of Langstone is bordered to the east and west by Langstone and Chichester Harbours which are sensitive sites, designated environmentally at a Local, National and International level.
The frontage is popular with locals and tourists due to its unique setting and is an important area for cultural heritage, with eight listed buildings, two Conservation Areas; Langstone Conservation Area and Mill Lane Conservation Area and the historic Wadeway from Langstone to Hayling Island.
What does the Study area cover?
The Langstone study frontage extends from the east bank of the Langbrook Stream west, to the A3023, and from the west of the A3023 to northeast extent of the Mill Pond.
For appraisal purposes the frontage has been broken down into 4 discrete units to facilitate the development of options. These are:
Area 1 (Red) Mill Lane
Area 2 (Blue) Langstone Sailing Club and Langstone Spit
Area 3 (Green) Langstone Village
Area 4 (Orange) The Old Mill and Mill Pond
To find out more about the journey we’ve been on please click on the following links: