Notice

The Wash East coastal management strategy

The Wash East coastal management strategy sets out to identify the most suitable way of managing flood and erosion risk.

Documents

The Wash East Coastal Management Strategy for public consultation

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Non-technical Summary Wash East Coastal Management Strategy

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Wash East Coastal Management Strategy

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Details

The Environment Agency gives notice that an environmental report and draft plan have been prepared and are available for consultation.

The Wash East coastal management strategy (the strategy) sets out to identify the most suitable way of managing flood and erosion risk to local communities between Hunstanton and Wolferton Creek, on the North Norfolk coast, whilst protecting the internationally important natural and historic environments along this stretch of coastline.

The Environment Agency invites the public and the consultees to express their opinion on the relevant documents. Members of the public may inspect (inspection is free) and / or obtain a copy of the relevant documents from the following address:

Kingfisher House
Goldhay Way
Orton Goldhay
Peterborough
PE2 5ZR

Opinions on the relevant documents must be sent to the Environment Agency by 1 September 2014.

Published 6 August 2014