Poole and Christchurch Bays shoreline management plan
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Published by Halcrow Group Ltd in Swindon .
Written in English


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StatementHalcrow Maritime. Vol.4, Maps and supporting information consultation draft / Halcrow Maritime.
The Physical Object
Pagination[39p.] :
Number of Pages39
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18161933M

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The local SMP (SMP2) Poole and Christchurch Bays SMP covers the km ( miles) of open coast, harbours, estuaries and headlands between Durlston Head in the west and Hurst Spit to the east, and includes the coastal communities of Swanage, Studland, Poole, Bournemouth, Christchurch, Highcliffe, Barton-on-Sea and Milford-on-Sea.. The first local SMP (SMP1) was produced in In , the Poole and Christchurch Bays Shoreline Management Plan (SMP) set policies to manage the risk of coastal erosion along Poole Bay, through a mostly ‘Hold the Line’ approach over the next years, meaning coastal defences should be maintained and upgraded or replaced in their current position where funding permits. Along the. Bournemouth Shoreline Management Plan Over the next century the forecast is for more frequent storms, increasing wave heights and rainfall, and rising sea levels. All pose a threat to the coastal environment and the livelihoods of the people who live and work in these areas. Shoreline management plans (SMPs) with the name of the local council or Environment Agency office leading on the plan. (Poole & Christchurch Bays) Lead.

A Shoreline Management Plan is required for each Corps of Engineers’ project where shoreline use is allowed (paragraph 4.c of reference 3 (13)). The original Shoreline (Lakeshore) Management Plan was developed through a public participation process and put into effect in This plan allocated the lakeshore for theFile Size: KB. Shoreline Management Policies, Permits, and Guidelines 33 CHAPTER 4: COMMISSION REVIEW OF A SHORELINE MANAGEMENT PLAN 37 CHAPTER 5: IMPLEMENTING THE SHORELINE MANAGEMENT PLAN Using the Shoreline Management Plan to Guide Future Development 40 Using the Shoreline Management Plan to Carry Out the Intent of the Standard Land Use Article and Other. - Onward - Shoreline Management Plan Poole and Christchurch Bays, Shoreline Management Plan - SMP See these important documents on the plans for the coastal management or shoreline management of the area. Summarised contents of a version . The Dorset Coast Strategy (–) is the first formal revision of the The partnership includes the towns of Poole and Bournemouth. The Forum has no executive powers, its members have no voting rights and as far as Christchurch Harbour Management Plan as well the Dorset MarineFile Size: 1MB.

Shoreline Management Plan. The Shoreline Management Plan is a comprehensive plan intended to manage the multiple resources and uses of the lakes' shorelines so that they are consistent with AEP's Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) license requirements and project purposes. The Shoreline Management Plan was updated by Appalachian Power. Poole and Christchurch Bays, Shoreline Management Plan - SMP - Key Publications See these important documents on the plans for the coastal management or shoreline management of the area. Summarised contents of a version are given below and look for the section of interest. However, this SMP is not the final version, and there will be an update. Management Framework The plan is supported by the Poole Harbour Steering Group, which is a voluntary partnership that provides a framework for coordination between statutory bodies with responsibilities in Poole Harbour. Its members work together to review, prepare and implement common plans and policies, with a view to promoting the. Shoreline Management Plan Shoreline Management Plan The above provides the local details in respect of the SMP-wide policy presented in the preceding sections of this Plan document. These details must be read in the context of the wider-scale issues and policy implications, as reported therein. although it is not all protected by defences.