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Shoreline management plan for sediment sub-cell 3C, Lowestoft to Harwich

Shoreline management plan for sediment sub-cell 3C, Lowestoft to Harwich

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Published by Halcrow .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementHalcrow for Suffolk Coastal District Council ...[et al.].
ContributionsSir William Halcrow & Partners., Suffolk Coastal (England). District Council.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17483204M


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Shoreline management plan for sediment sub-cell 3C, Lowestoft to Harwich Download PDF EPUB FB2

Shoreline Management Plan Section 1 Introduction This summary gives an overview of the Shoreline Management Plan (SMP) for the coast between Lowestoft Ness and Felixstowe Landguard Point.

This plan is known as the Shoreline management plan for sediment sub-cell 3C SMP. Shoreline Management Plans are developed around the whole of the coast of England and Size: 1MB.

Shoreline Management Plan Sub Cell 3C - Lowestoft Ness To Felixstowe Landguard Point SMP2 - Policy - Erosion and Flood Risk Map Key: I:\9S\Technical_Data\GIS\Projects\Figures\Policy_Maps and Erosion Scheduled Monuments SAC SPA RAMSAR Existing Indicative EA Flood Risk Zone SSSI 0 Meters 1 Range Between High and Low Erosion EstimatesFile Size: 6MB.

Accretion The accumulation of sediment on a beach by the action of this is the Shoreline Management Plan (SMP) process, which is currently being reviewed along the entire Anglian coast. Lowestoft Ness to Felixstowe Sub-cell 3c Harwich to Canvey Island Sub-cell 3d.

Environment Agency, 4 Kelling to Lowestoft Shoreline Management Plan. Halcrow 5 First review of Shoreline Management Plan sub cell 3c - Lowestoft Ness to Landguard Point. Suffolk Coastal District Council / Waveney District Council / Environment Agency, 6 Essex and South Suffolk Shoreline Management Plan.

Shoreline management plans: A national review and engineering perspective Article (PDF Available) in ICE Proceedings Water and Maritime Engineering (3) September with 1, Reads.

NORTH NORFOLK SHORELINE MANAGEMENT PLAN () Sediment Sub-cell 3A. Summary of Adopted Defence Policies. Management Unit No 1. Sheringham Lifeboat to Kelling Quay • Do Nothing in short to medium term – other than carrying out limited maintenance of the shingle ridge at Weybourne Hope and monitoring cliff erosion rates.

Kelling Hard to Lowestoft Ness. This Shoreline Management Plan is a coastal defence management document that presents a vision of the North East Norfolk and North Suffolk coastline over the next years. The plan's production is partnership based. Fifteen beaches from the Swansea Bay coastal sediment cell, South Wales, UK, were analysed via function analysis, involving assessment of specific environmental and socio-economic indicators.

These were allocated scores from field surveys and extensive desktop studies, which included beach awards, relevant shoreline management plans, planning and conservation designations and Cited by: Coastal environments are subject to multiple includes, the marine environment, the terrestrial environment, the atmosphere, biospshere, fluvial systems and tectonic processes; not to mention human development and fascinating interaction all takes place within a tiny strip of land/sea interface that we call the coast.

Sediment Cells/ Littoral CellsThese depositional landforms (such as beaches, sand dunes, salt marshes and mudflats) act as a dynamic sediment store and sediments are transported onshore, offshore, and alongshore to create them. These stores in turn provide sediment for stores further down the next slide explains this.

Shoreline Management Plan Sub Cell 5F - Hurst Spit to Durlston Head Baseline Location Plan Policy Development Zone 3 - Poole Harbour and Associated Coastline I:\9T\Technical_Data\GIS\Projects\Figures\Policy Units 0 1 2 3 Kilometers Key: This map is based upon Ordnance Survey material with the permission of Ordnance.

Shoreline retreat and sediment release in response to accelerating sea level rise: Measuring and modelling cliffline dynamics on the Suffolk Coast, UK Article in Global and Planetary Change   Seaford Beach Replenishment 1.

Beach Replenishment in Seaford Twice a year a firm of contractors arrive to redistribute the shingle in Seaford Bay. The whole thing takes about three weeks and employs six earthmovers, two bulldozers and a digger. Where is Seaford. A key component in managing the coast has been the development of Shoreline Management Plans (SMP) which set out a strategy for the coastal management of a section of the coastline.

Each SMP covers an area of coastline known as a sub-cell within a littoral sediment cell, of which there are eleven on the England and Wales coastline. Home > A Level and IB > Geography > A2 WJEC Geography - Holderness Coast Management.

A2 WJEC Geography - Holderness Coast Management. Each area along the coast has a seperate page described in detail the strategy and methods used. The strategies used in the context of coastal processes and sustainability have been evaluated.5/5(4).