Ann Griffiths, a Langstone resident for 50 years, addressed this question in a letter recently published by the Hayling Herald (shown above). Read the full text below. Dear Editor, We are currently faced with the possibility of damaging the character and appearance of parts of Langstone’s historic waterfront, in order to reduce the risk ofContinue reading “Why does Langstone’s Heritage Matter?”
Our campaign has been catching the eye of local media this week, with an interview featured on BBC Radio Solent’s breakfast show on Monday and now a story in The News which you can read by clicking here.
MEETING HELD ON 3 DECEMBER 2019 TO DISCUSS THE PREFERRED PROPOSAL BY THE EAST SOLENT COASTAL PARTNERSHIP (ESCP) TO ERECT FLOOD DEFENCE BARRIERS ON PART OF THE LANGSTONE SHORELINE The meeting was held at the Langstone Sailing Club. More than 130 local residents attended as well as officers from the Harbour Conservancy, two Councillors andContinue reading “Residents’ Meeting Report”
More than 130 concerned residents have registered their support for a campaign opposing proposed coastal defences during a meeting at historic Langstone village, in Hampshire. Hosted by the recently formed “Save Our Shore” (SOS) action group, the meeting explained how the East Solent Coastal Partnership (ESCP) is championing its preferred development option for flood defencesContinue reading “Langstone residents oppose unfit flood defence plans”