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Nearshore Beach Replenishment Trials

Storm Repairs 2014 - Shore Road Beach

Storm Repairs 2014 - Baiter Sea Wall

Sand Recycling Trials on Poole's Beaches

Whitley Lake Sea Defence Feasibility Study

Borough of Poole www.poole.gov.uk

Other sources of local coastal information

Standing Conference on Problems Associated with the Coastline Poole & Christchurch Bays Shoreline Management Plan (SMP)

Storm Repairs 2014 - Shore Road towards Branksome beach

Updated 18th December

The project is complete and the beaches now open, but please be aware of continued heavy plant movements along the beach during demobilization over the Christmas period and into the New Year.

Access to the project

Beach replenishment has proved popular with many beach users and often draws a crowd; we are keen to encourage people to come and visit the site, but we ask that everyone respects the closed area for the safety of all involved. The large sand-moving and other vehicles need a clear area to work in and we do not wish to put anyone at risk of injury.

Should you wish to view the dredge as it is happening:

Reasons for the closures

Unlike other major beach replenishment projects in recent years, this work is taking place on a stretch of beach without a promenade to keep onlookers safe. There is a also slight risk of quicksand developing during replenishment work, where sand is pumped on to the beach with large volumes of water, so it is best not to go onto the new beach for a few days, until the water has completely drained away.

Borough of Poole www.poole.gov.uk

Beach Closure Notice

The beach (or lack of it) at high tide on 3rd November 2014

Main Contractors Rohde Nielsen of Denmark - www.rohde-nielsen.dk/en

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