Work has started on the construction of a masonry seawall at Scotts Landing to replace a legacy unconsented and poorly designed rock barrier near the carpark. The previous structure was subject to erosion and no longer provided adequate protection to the foreshore.
The finished seawall will cost $1.26 million and is being funded through Auckland Council’s regional coastal asset renewals programme. Council says the new seawall will mitigate the risk of further coastal erosion to adjacent pohutakawa trees and infrastructure along the shoreline.
The work will also address the...
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