Last month an independent technical report was published into options for the future of the failing sea defences between Wade Lane and Langstone Millpond. In December there will be a public drop-in session at Havant Civic Centre. This will provide an opportunity to discuss the options and ask questions of the independent consultants.
Tuesday 12 December, 12-7pm
Hurstwood Room, Public Service Plaza, Civic Centre Road, Havant, PO9 2AX
What is the Drop-in Session?
The drop-in session will provide an opportunity to ask questions about the options presented in the report. There will be visual representations of the options showing how the site may look in the future. The author of the technical report, Claire Mellet from the consultants Royal Haskoning DHV, will be on hand to answer questions. There will also be representatives from Coastal Partners, Natural England (until 3pm), Havant Borough Council and Chichester Harbour Conservancy.
A section of the brick wall sea defences between Wade Lane and Langstone Millpond has failed. Footpath 108/56/2 runs alongside this section of the seawall and currently this remains open and accessible to the public.