Wednesday 08 July 2020

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Welcome to the the Slapton Line online resoruce library, where you can access all Slapton Line information such as all Slapton Line Partnership meeting minutes and agendas and media releases, images of the area to download or just peruse, specialist reports on the area, and so on. For a summary of latest news items, please click news

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  • Slapton Line Partnership Revised Strategy October 2019

    This study has shown that there is now no room left to move the road following the severe storm of 2018 which devastated 700m of the highway and made it necessary to move it up 20m closer to the edge of Slapton Ley. Though it is impossible to predict when damage will occur, sea level rise and changing weather patterns will lead to the road being increasingly at risk.
    As a result the Partnership have had to create a new plan of action for the future and accepts that, if another storm badly damages the road and it can't be easily repaired, the road is unlikely to be replaced again. 
    The Partnership knows that this would have a huge impact on local communities and road users, so they have created an Adaptation Plan.  This has been informed by suggestions from the community at a series of recent workshops to reduce the impact and make changes to help the communities thrive after the road has gone.
    Significant funding has already been used to improve passing places and road surfaces along alternative routes and some improvements will continue to be made.

    SLP_Strategy_2019_Final-compressed.pdf
  • Draft Adaptation Plan v4 2020

    The adaptation plan’s purpose is to both mitigate the impact of the future closure of the A379 Slapton Line road through storm damage and develop the opportunities that will occur.

    draft_adaptation_plan_v4.docx
  • Overall Executive Summary of 2006 Consultants' Report

    Consultants report and recommendations from 2006 which was commissioned following the damage to the road in 2001. This then formed the basis for the SLP strategy from 2006.

    Slapton_Executive_Summary_Report_Aug_06.pdf
  • Main Study Phase One i Consultants' report 2006

    Chapters 1-9

    Phase_1_chaps_1-9.pdf
  • Main Study Phase One ii Consultants' report 2006

    Chapters 10-18

    Phase_1_chaps_10-18.pdf
  • Main Study Phase One Volume 2 Consultants' report 2006

    Diagrams and figures (A3)

    Volume_2_A3_optimised_version.pdf
  • Main Study Phase Two Consultants' report 2006

    The results of Phase 1 of the Study were issued as Volumes 1 and 2, and included information on coastal processes, risk, environmental baseline and impacts, and costs, and put forward a provisional preferred management approach. This report refines a number of possible management approaches before recommending a preferred policy. Phase 2 goes onto present the results of the consultation process and the business impact questionnaire.

    Volume_3_August_opt_2006.pdf
  • Main Study Phase Two - Business Survey Consultants' report 2006

    Details of the business survey carried out as part of the consultation exercise.

    Volume_3_August_2006_Business_Survey.pdf
  • Main Study Phase Two - Consultation Addendum Consultants' report 2006

    Details of the local consultation excercise

    Volume_3_August__Annexe_A__2006.pdf
  • MEDIA RELEASE, JUNE 07

    Permission for temporary rebuilds of Slapton Line
    Devon County Council has today given planning permission for realignment of the most vulnerable stretches of the A379 along the Slapton Line. The works will not be undertaken until the road is subject to sudden damage or damages imminent... (click below to read more)

    07-001_Permission_granted_for_temporary_rebui


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