I welcome the EDDC work to stabilise the cliffs at Beer, and have written to ask that similar work be considered at Seaton Hole

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EDDC are undertaking important work to stabilise cliffs at Beer (photo: EDDC), which is essential to protect users of the beach and to maintain the cliff path. I asked Geoff Pook, the ward councillor, and Geoff Jung, the cabinet member for environment, to consider similar work on the mudstone cliffs at Seaton Hole, since the Seaton Beach Management Plan has focused on beach-level upgrades to the revetment and excluded cliff work from its shortlisted projects.

The BMP consultants did, however, identify measures which could be undertaken to protect the mudstone cliffs and I am asking EDDC to consider taking these forward separately from the plan.

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