Coastal Partners as part of Fareham Borough Council is working in partnership with Hampshire County Council, who own and manage the Hook Lake with Warsash Nature Reserve, the Environment Agency and other key stakeholders to deliver the Hook Lake Coastal Management Study.
The study is exploring the potential for creating new intertidal habitats, looking at wider recreation opportunities and developing preliminary designs for a scheme.
Following early work with the engineering consultant Binnies UK Ltd to identify a list of coastal management approaches that show potential to create habitat, the project team are inviting residents and visitors to drop-into one of our information events to find out more.
The events will be a fantastic opportunity for residents and visitors to understand why we are doing a coastal management study at Hook Lake, to find out about the different ways we could create habitat, speak to the project team in person and to share views.
The drop-in event will be taking place over two days, in the Hook Room at Warsash Victory Hall (SO31 9HW) on:
• Tuesday 12 July, 4pm – 7pm
• Wednesday 13 July, 1pm – 4pm
There is no need to book.
For those who are unable to join us at these drop-in events, please visit our project webpages from the July 12 2022 where you can view the information presented at the events in your own time.