Shoreline Management Plans

A Shoreline Management Plan (SMP) exists to promote good and prudent management of the coastline. The overall aim of the SMP is to set out a plan for a 100 year period indicating how our coastline should be managed, taking into account the wider implications on the neighbouring coastline and the environment.

It provides a large-scale assessment of the risks associated with coastal processes and presents a policy framework to reduce these risks to people and the developed, historic and natural environment in a sustainable manner into the 22nd century.

The Scottish Border to River Tyne SMP 2 can be accessed and downloaded by clicking here

 The River Tyne to Flamborough Head SMP2 can be accessed and downloaded by clicking here

A non-technical summary of the Flamborough Head to Gibralter Point SMP3 can be accessed and downloaded by clicking here

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