Rising sea levels push developments back

The state government has announced a shift in its coastal planning policy because it believes sea levels will rise more than original predicted over the next 100 year.


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It is worth knowing that the 100 metre setback established in the 1980's already contained an allowance for sea level rise to accommodate "Global Warming" as climate change was then referred to. (The allowance assumed 100 year sea level rises of well over a metre).

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