Parts of coastal hazards report deemed 'misleading'

Following the Tonkin and Taylor report, the council was required to put coastal hazard information on Land Information Memorandum reports. Anstiss said that information would remain on LIMs at this stage. The council would thoroughly review the final report's findings before any decisions were made surrounding the LIM information. [221] Thus, for the time being, the conclusions in the first and second stages should not extend to firm hazard lines designed to go into the LIM reports or for inclusion in the CRDP as maps or zones. __________________ A controversial coastal flooding and erosion report took only 20 days and aspects were "misleading" and "not fit for purpose", a panel of scientifi

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