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Closer look: Sea encroachment at Slapton Sands

Words: The Planner

The A379 between Torcross and Strete in south Devon is a good example of a location where a Coastal Change Management Area designation could provide clear guidance on vital infrastructure exposed to storm damage and sea level rise

web_p28-29_HIRES-p28-29 Visual Case Study Rex Shutterstock 1942882fh_400x400.jpg 1 For 2.2 miles from Torcross to Strete in south Devon, the A379 runs north along the top of a gravel barrier separating the English Channel from Slapton Ley, the largest natural lake in the South West. Sitting above a highly mobile shingle barrier beach, the road passes through a S........
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