Shoreline Management Plan 2

Natural Resources Wales

A Shoreline Management Plan (SMP) is a large-scale assessment of the risks associated with coastal processes and helps reduce these risks to people and the developed, historic and natural environments. Coastal processes include tidal patterns, wave height, wave direction and the movement of beach and seabed materials. The SMPs provide a route map for local authorities and other decision makers to move from the present situation towards meeting our future needs, and will identify the most sustainable approaches to managing the risks to the coast in the short term (0-20 years), medium term (20-50 years) and long term (50-100 years). The dataset highlights and identifies which of the second generation Shoreline Management Plans are applicable to a particular stretch of the Welsh coastline. In addition it identifies the policies related to that particular area.

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Web Map Service (WMS) WMS http://lle.gov.wales/services/wms/nrw (inspire-nrw:NRW_SHORELINE_MANAGEMENT_PLAN_2)
Web Feature Service (WFS) WFS http://lle.gov.wales/services/wfs (inspire-nrw:NRW_SHORELINE_MANAGEMENT_PLAN_2)