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Posted by on Jul 27, 2021 in News | 5 comments

Coastal Plan – have your say.

100-year coastal plan for Christchurch bay and harbour. Read a summary and have your say at

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  1. I do not feel that such an important subject had enough publicity and time available for people to have their say – one month, closing on the 15th August! Hardly anybody I have spoken to even knows about it. If only a few people from Milford respond to the survey the chances are that Milford will become the ‘poor relation’ in such a large project. People seem to be complacent after the revetment work at Westover was partially done last year. It was NOT completed as NFDC claims. ‘Site 1’ from the Jacobs Report was left inadequately defended.
    We need the gap in the rock revetment to be completed to the same height as the rest and we need rock groynes to replace the neglected ones which were a major cause of the sea wall failing in the first place. This is something that cannot wait years for the completion of the overall strategy to come into effect.
    The over 12,000 signatures on the online petition urging the NFDC to complete the project will be overlooked in this new strategy.

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