Designs to be unveiled for new Hill Head sea wall

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DESIGNS for a new sea wall are set to go on display to residents in a series of exhibitions.

Fareham Borough Council is holding the drop-in sessions, starting next week, to show the plans for a coastal protection project in Hill Head.

Coastal engineers at the Eastern Solent Coastal Partnership will meet residents next week and the following Monday.

It follows the recent completion of the first phase of the project, which saw 4,000 tonnes of shingle deposited on the beach while repairs were carried out to the groynes.

Designs for the next phase, which will see the 
construction of a new sea wall, are set to be unveiled at the sessions.

The first is on November, 10 at the Holy Rood Church in Stubbington between 1pm and 10pm, the next is on November 11 between 12pm and 3pm at Titchfield Haven Visitor Centre in Hill Head between 12pm and 3pm and the third at the centre at the same time on November 14.