Stage 2 Nearing Completion and Stage 3 Commencing

Over the last few months, the CMP has been progressing through Stage 2. This has involved investigating the risks from coastal erosion and inundation - and identifying land and assets that are potentially exposed to these hazards. This has included identifying land and assets that may become exposed to these risks in the future, due to climate change impacts such as sea level rise and long-term shoreline recession.

Stage 2 has also included an up-to-date assessment of cliff and slope instability across the many cliffs, headlands and bluffs along the coastline.

This work is nearing completion, and project will shortly be commencing Stage 3. This will involve developing potential management actions that can address key risks, and preserve what we love about the coast. It is anticipated that Stage 3 will take place across early to mid-2022.

How can I be involved?

During Stage 3, we will be asking the community for their help to:

  • Provide your suggestions and opinions regarding potential management options/actions that may be included in the CMP, and
  • Provide feedback on some of the management actions that have been proposed by the project team to date.

We will be provided a number of different ways for you to be involved, including a series of Community Drop-in Sessions so that you can provide face-to-face feedback and discuss the CMP with our project team in person.

Council will provide detail regarding these activities once they have been confirmed with the project team. It is expected that they will occur after winter.

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