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Foreshore project not halting erosion

Monday 6 May 2019 | Written by Losirene Lacanivalu | Published in Environment

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Foreshore project not halting erosion
An assessment report on Nukupure Park foreshore project states the beach nourishment and planting project plan will not prevent erosion of the coastline. 19050541

The Nukupure Park coastline is at risk of increased erosion. This was revealed in the April 2019 assessment report of the Nukupure Park foreshore projects of beach nourishment, dune planting and toa prepared by Andy Kirkwood and Justine Flanagan for Ngati Teaia; landowners of the area.

The Nukupure Park coastline is at risk of increased erosion. This was revealed in the April 2019 assessment report of the Nukupure Park foreshore projects of beach nourishment, dune planting and toa prepared by Andy Kirkwood and Justine Flanagan for Ngati Teaia; landowners of the area.


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