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Shoreline management plans SMPs
The National Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management Strategy for England Glossary, published by the Environment Agency, defines shoreline management plans as: ‘Plans, developed by coastal groups, which look forward 100 years and set out agreed management policies for dealing with coastal flooding and erosion along each stretch of the English coast. They are material considerations in local development planning’.
- Catchment flood management plan.
- Coast protection authorities.
- Coastal change management area.
- Coastal defences.
- Coastal groups.
- Environment Agency.
- Flood risk management.
- Habitat Compensation Programme HCP.
- Risk management authority RMA.
- Sustainable shoreline protection solutions.
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