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In April 2019, Thames Coromandel District Council (TCDC) appointed Royal HaskoningDHV to undertake shoreline management planning for the Coromandel Peninsula.
Objectives for the ‘coastal adaptation pathways’
The objectives set at the outset of the project by the community (see "Community led") for the CAPs were as follows:
Objectives for the project
The objectives set by the community for the project were as follows:
Principles for the project
Principles were also established for the project at its outset and maintained throughout.
Following the Introduction section, Approach describes the overarching approach adopted for the project.
What is happening?
The project’s scoping phase focused on the collection of existing data, data and policy review, compartmentalisation of the coast (see "Coastal assets") and methodology development.
What matters most?
Determining what matters most to the community is fundamental to selecting adaptation options (e.g., if the beach is valued highly, options that could lead to the loss of the beach would not score well).
What can we do about it?
Where an intolerable risk was predicted to occur, adaptation options were investigated.
How do we get it done?
Based on consultation with local communities and review of the principles, objectives and expressed values (natural – access – beach – environment), the draft CAPs were refined.