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Crosby Marine Lake to Formby Point Coastal Defence Strategy Consultation
Having developed the options it is important that those with an interest such as residents and businesses have an opportunity to comment on them and inform them. But it is important to recognise that there will be limits to what can be proposed both due to the guidance that we have to adhere to and legal requirements such as the Habitats Regulations.
We are now at a stage where we are consulting on this strategy. The consultation is being run through the Councilís Consultation website at www.consultationfinder.com/sefton. A summary document (1.38mb) has been prepared to aid with the consultation.
Further information on coastal defences and coastal processes can be found in the shoreline management section. Reports and inspection relating to coastal defence can be found on Sefton Coucil's website.
Nature Conservation Strategy and Biodiversity Delivery Plan
Consultation on Issues Report
The consultation for this report closed on March 31st 2006. The feedback from the consultation process will be fully available shortly - click here to view latest updates.
With global warming and climate change hitting the headlines again what future will there be for the wildlife of the Sefton Coast? Nature is also threatened by the fragmentation of habitats, lowering of water levels, and disturbance These, and other issues, are addressed in the consultation exercise launched by the Sefton Coast Partnership on the basis of an Issues Report.
Sefton Coast Partnership Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM) Plan -
The consultation for this plan is now closed. The finalised report is available to view here.