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01-11-2016

Come and find out about plans for a new seawall at Hill Head

Fareham Borough Council's coastal engineers at the Eastern Solent Coastal Partnership (ESCP) will be holding drop-in exhibitions to show residents their proposals for a new seawall at Hill Head.

You can view and comment on ESCP's preferred option for the seawall defence at the following:

  • Thursday 10 November between 1pm and 8pm at Holy Rood Church, Stubbington, PO14 2AS
  • 11 November between 12pm and 3pm at Titchfield Haven Visitor Centre, Hill Head, PO14 3JT
  • 14 November between 12pm and 3pm at Titchfield Haven Visitor Centre, Hill Head, PO14 3JT/li>
For more information about these events and the project itself, please visit the escP small icon ECSP website

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Portchester to Paulsgrove Plans

01-08-2016

"The Eastern Solent Coastal Partnership (ESCP) unveiled updated designs of their coastal strategy between the two districts at a public exhibition on Thursday at Castle Street Centre in Portchester." escP small icon Link to relevant ESCP web page

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Plans to improve Hill Head continue

01-08-2016

Eastern Solent Coastal Partnership (ESCP) will be holding a drop-in exhibition at Holy Rood Church, Stubbington, PO14 2AS on Thursday 11 August 2016 from 13:00 to 19:00 to show residents their plans for securing the future of the Hill Head Promenade.

Fareham Borough Council is proposing two phases of work to the promenade area to ensure its long term future. These include:

  • Phase 1: repairing the existing Fareham Borough Council owned beach groynes and replenishing the beach with new shingle in September 2016 to protect the poor condition seawall.
  • Phase 2: design of a replacement seawall, which if the necessary funding and consents can be secured could see the construction of a new seawall in summer 2017.

The information event is to share how the Phase 1 works will happen and update the community on the Phase 2 seawall replacement project programme.

This holistic approach to coastal defence and beach management follows consultation with residents earlier in the year and work by coastal engineers to work out the most suitable solutions.

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Eastern Solent Coastal Partnership Portchester to Paulsgrove

08-03-2016

Sea defencesThere are currently 392 homes and businesses at risk from coastal flooding in Portchester and Paulsgrove. This is expected to increase with sea level rise to 685 properties by the year 2115.

There will be an exhibition held by the Eastern Solent Coastal Partnership, where you can come and see the proposed designs for the new defences on Thursday 17th March, between 1-8pm at Castle Street Day Centre (PO16 9PP).

For further information, please visit the ESCP site

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