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Shifting Shores in the South West Helen Mann Property Manager - West Dorset. Shifting Shores in the South West. Planning for change at the coast. Lessons already learnt. Shifting Shores 2005 Long term planning is essential Work with nature, not against it Think and act in a wider context

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shifting shores in the south west helen mann property manager west dorset
Shifting Shores in theSouth West

Helen Mann

Property Manager - West Dorset

shifting shores in the south west
Shifting Shores in the South West

Planning for change at the coast

lessons already learnt
Lessons already learnt

Shifting Shores 2005

  • Long term planning is essential
  • Work with nature, not against it
  • Think and act in a wider context
  • Solutions need partnership
  • Involving the public is critical
we ve woken up to coastal change and its impact on our properties
We’ve woken up to coastal change and its impact on our properties
  • Shoreline Management Plan guidance (SMP2)
  • PPS20
  • Draft Marine Bill
  • Proposed Flood and Water Bill
nt sites at risk
NT sites at risk……
  • Westbury Court Garden
  • Cotehele
  • South Milton Sands
  • Black Ven
  • Golden Cap
  • Studland
  • Brownsea
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Bossington
  • Lundy Access Road
  • Godrevy
  • Penberth
  • St Michaels Mount
  • Mullion Harbour
nt sites at risk1
NT sites at risk……

Studland

Cotehele Quay

Woolacombe

what we can do
What we can do:
  • Work with others to undertake research
  • Engage local communities
  • Assess where defence might be appropriate
  • Replace habitat loss
  • Record features before they are lost
  • Plan for relocation or adaptation
what we can t do
What we can’t do:
  • Ignore natural processes
  • Ignore what’s happening beyond our boundaries
  • Achieve our objectives on our own
nature conservation
Nature Conservation
  • Brownsea Island - internationally important lagoon
  • Woolacombe -5m (over 3km) of fore dunes swept away in one night
  • Porlock Bay – breaching of shingle bar = new area of salt marsh
  • Man sands – shingle bar now allowed to function more naturally
cultural heritage
Cultural heritage

Westbury Court garden

stakeholder
Stakeholder

Mullion Harbour

Bossington

high profile
High profile

Studland

Lyme Regis

Botallack

key questions to address
Key questions to address…..
  • How can people’s awareness and understanding of the risks they face be raised?
  • What is the best way to decide

the most sustainable approach

to managing these risks?

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How should tomorrow’s coastline be planned today?
  • How can the costs of adaptation be minimised and shared equitably?
the big 4 our impact assessment
The big 4…….our impact assessment
  • Impact on wildlife
  • Impact on historic environment
  • Impact on coastal economy
  • Impact on public access
why do we care
Why do we care?
  • 716 kilometres of Coastline
  • 24,989 ha of land
  • 92 coastal car parks
  • 20 cafes and shops
  • Public access and recreation
  • Local communities – friends and supporters
our pledge for our future coast
Our pledge for our future coast….
  • Long Term View
  • Conserve where possible
  • Raise awareness and support vulnerable communities
  • Work in partnership