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Title: East Hayling sea defence scheme
Author: Environment Agency Southern Region
Document Type: Monograph
The Environment Agency is one of the most powerful environmental regulators in the world with many responsibilities to help protect land, air and water. It does not own any of the defences along the eastern coastline of Hayling Island. However, the Agency has powers to help landowners where sea defences affect a wide population. The predecessor authorities to the Agency have for many years helped in the maintenance of these defences. The NRA decided in 1994 to undertake a comprehensive look at them, to establish their condition, evaluate the potential risk, and to produce a strategy scheme. This scheme is a framework to undertake detailed design work. Its aim is to provide information so you can make your views known to the EA.
Publisher: Environment Agency
Publication Date: [after 1996]
Publication Place: Winchester
Subject Keywords: Flood controlFlood barriersIslandsFlood risk managementFlood management policies
Geographic Keywords: Hayling Island
Extent: 15
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