foreshore


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the part of the seashore between the highwater mark and the low-water mark

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According to him, the man was said to have become unconscious inside the water tank in the Osborne Foreshore area of Ikoyi.
The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust, Scottish Natural Heritage, Nith Inshore Rescue, Caerlaverock Estate,The Boathouse and Kingholm Harbour Group are all getting involved to clear their foreshore of litter this year and the event is sponsored by Peter Haining Kitchens.
There's a bumper prize list on offer and anglers have been given access to the complete stretch of foreshore for the match.
Curatorial project managers Addo and Flintshire County Council, in partnership with Cadw, are inviting applications from experienced artists to produce inspirational artwork to be situated on the Flint Foreshore, as well as an Art Trail connecting the with the town as part of the wider regeneration programme.
Its letter to the council's head of planning on November 2 has been welcomed by campaigners who oppose the plans for 69 headland hotel rooms and 26 foreshore flats.
Further developments will include the installation of a final Story bench, flood-lighting and also further work on more permanent public art on the foreshore and are likely to engender more support than the Welsh Government's ill-fated Iron Ring Sculpture idea.
When they arrived, the lifeboat crew found that a woman on the foreshore had fallen two metres from the riverside path and had suffered a head injury.
The Bolinao marine laboratory (BML) of the University of the Philippines (UP) Marine Science Institute and six other government buildings were built on foreshore areas and no-build (salvage) zones in this town and Alaminos City, in violation of environmental laws, officials said on Thursday.
A South Tynesidxe Council spokesman said: "Activity on the foreshore is actually the spring sand clearance and beach reinstatement.
Detailed plans to turn the foreshore and headland atMumblesPier into a "world-class attraction" have been submitted.
Tourism stakeholders and local chief executives in the Ilocos region slammed officials of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) for having allowed encroachments on beach front areas declared as foreshore lands.
Ombudsman records showed that the case stemmed from the PPA's automatic renewal of the five-year port permits of DMCIMC in May, 2013 even with the absence of a valid Foreshore Lease Agreement (FLA) because the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) had already suspended its mining operations.
I had a quick half hour on the foreshore before the tide went in, and before my working day began.
Expressions of interest are being invited by September 23 and should be supported by a business plan, ideas of what the development would look like and a description of how it would support the development of the South Shields foreshore area.