Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council
(BCP) and New Forest District Council (NFDC) are working together
with the Environment Agency to produce a new strategy to protect
coastal communities from tidal flooding and erosion risk. It will
guide how the frontage from Hengistbury Head to Hurst Spit,
encompassing Christchurch Harbour, will be sustainably managed for
the next 100 years.
Decision type: Non-key
Decision status: For Determination
Wards affected: Christchurch Town; East Southbourne & Tuckton; Highcliffe & Walkford; Mudeford, Stanpit & West Highcliffe;
Notice of proposed decision first published: 03/08/2021
Decision due: 25 Oct 2023 by Cabinet
Lead member: Portfolio Holder for Environment, Cleansing and Waste (to 01/11/2021)
Lead director: Chief Operations Officer
Contact: Catherine Corbin, Technician Email: email@example.com, Alan Frampton, Strategy and Policy Manager Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Matt Hosey, Head of Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management Email: email@example.com.
Several levels of public enegagement and
consultation throughout the development of the Strategy between
2021 and 2023.
Landowners, BCP residents, businesses,
organisations, BCP services