Identified for temporary protection
Four Peninsula locations have been identified for temporary coastal protection works, in a plan adopted by Central Coast Council
Coast Council to be sent to the NSW Minister for the Environment for certification.
Brisk St in Patonga, and Coral Cres, Pearl Pde and Gem Rd in Pearl Beach have all been named in the Coastal Zone Protection Management Plan as authorised locations.
According to the plan, the locations were identified in the Guide to the Statutory Requirements for Temporary Coastal Protection Works (2013) and the Code of Practice under the Coastal Protection Act 1979.
Temporary coastal protection works has a specific meaning in relation to the Coastal Protection Act 1979 being sand or sandbags temporarily placed on a beach to reduce beach erosion impacts.
Document, 3 Apr 2017
Draft Coastal Zone Management Plan, WorleyParsons
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