Flood & Coastal Erosion Risk Management
A record of projects along the coast of Poole Bay, Dorset
Work to repair and stabilise the cliffs at Canford Cliffs following a cliff slip in 2017, is due to commence on Monday 21 September. The work, which is expected to last up to nine months, will address the landslip below Cliff Drive ...
Specialist contractor, CAN Geotechnical has been appointed to deliver the £2.5m cliff stabilisation scheme at Canford Cliffs, with work starting in September 2020. It is anticipated that the scheme will take around nine months to complete ...
Current & Future Projects
Coastal Erosion Risk Management
Protecting property and infrastructure from the eroding forces of wind and waves through the use of hard and soft coastal defences.
Our coast protection depends mainly on the level of width of our beaches, which means they must be constantly maintained. It is also necessary to repair, replace or add to existing beach control structures such as groynes, that help keep beach material in place. This website records the Coastal Management work that is helping to safeguard beachfront and cliff-top property and infrastructure… [read more]
Flood Risk Management
Protecting property and infrastructure from flood water damage during periods of severe weather.
There are two types of flooding in and around coastal areas; from sea harbours and estuaries during tidal surges and surface water from heavy rain storms. Protection from tidal flooding is achieved by raising the land near to the waters edge by building walls etc. Protection from rain storm flooding, once it has overwhelmed the sewerage systems, is by slowing down the water flow and creating storage areas … [read more]