The Environment Agency have today installed temporary flood defences in Littlehampton’s East Bank, despite recently spending over £22.5 on building new flood defences. In what could only be described as a national disgrace, the Environment Agency have now closed a section of River Road in Littlehampton to build temporary flood defences in preparation of tonight’s
Category: Littlehampton Sea Defences
Despite spending in excess of £22.5million on flood defences in Littlehampton Harbour, the Environment Agency still have not completed the flood defence works – and a massive gap still remains in the new flood defence wall. Hard to believe, that it was back in September 2012, the Environment Agency began constructing Littlehampton’s flood defence scheme.
Sad news – No Action Boat for this coming Season. Earlier this week I caught up with the guys behind Littlehampton’s popular white-knuckle powerboat rides – Action Boat They confirm that owing to the Sea Defence works they won’t be able to run their popular rides this season. Apparently the problems with access to and
Today, Tuesday 25th February 2014 marked an important milestone in the construction of Littlehampton’s Sea Defences as the especially created Crane Bridge was commissioned. The especially created ‘Crane Bridge’ above. If you’ve just joined us, a quick overview on why the bridge is necessary. The Project’s engineering team previously discovered that Pier Road is simply
A huge thank-you to Andrew Walker from the Environment Agency for providing these superb behind-the-scenes pictures. A number of them have been taken from a basket hanging from one of the cranes. (Click on the pictures to super-size them) A bird’s-eye view of Littlehampton’s East Bank Flood Defences Scheme under construction. Amazing view of the