SOUTHSEA COASTAL SCHEME

SECURING SOUTHSEA'S FUTURE

The Southsea Coastal Scheme is the UK’s largest local authority-led coastal defences project, worth more than £180M. It will stretch for 4.5km from Old Portsmouth to Eastney, and help to reduce the risk of flooding to more than 10,000 homes and 700 businesses. Approximately 4,000 of these properties are at risk of direct threshold inundation.

Completed

Long Curtain Moat
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Long Curtain Moat

September 2020 - February 2023

Coming Soon

Clarence Pier
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Clarence Pier

2027 - 2028

Coming Soon

Southsea Common
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Southsea Common

2024 - 2026

Completed

Southsea Castle
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Southsea Castle

2022 - 2024

Underway

Pyramids to Pier
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Pyramids to Speakers’ Corner

2023-24

Coming Soon

South Parade Pier & Canoe Lake
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South Parade Pier & Canoe Lake

2026 - 2027

WHAT WE'RE PROTECTING

More than 10,000 residential properties

704 commercial properties

16 residential properties at risk of coastal erosion

3 scheduled monuments and 74 listed structures

4 critical access routes at risk from flood water

LATEST NEWS

Cicic exhibiton
24.07.12

Weekly update – 12 July 2024

The Staff are in the civic, they think it's all over. It is now. On...

pouring concrete slab
24.07.05

Weekly update – 5 July 2024

We're pouring our hearts out This week we started pouring concrete for the new promenade...

Theatre of the sea
24.07.03

Southsea seafront is sheer poetry

A poem written by Poet Laureate Simon Armitage will be integrated into the promenade near...