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STDC coastal structures monitoring report 2017-2018

height (reduced level) of 2 m. 1.3.4 Opunake Beach Opunake Beach is a 500 m long pocket sand beach between two significant headlands which shelter the beach from all but direct south-west storm events. Due to this sheltering, the wave energy entering the bay is generally low, and as a result there is a wide flat beach (Tonkin & Taylor 2001). At the back of the beach, the former sand dune area has been flattened for the development of a surf club and camping ground.

Report 2012-2014

and as a result there is a wide flat beach (Tonkin & Taylor 2001). At the back of the beach, the former sand dune area has been flattened for the development of a surf club and camping ground. Only at the north-west end of the bay is there any remnant of dunes remaining. Over the rest of the bay, the boundary between the beach and the developed area is marked by a sea wall constructed from power poles, consented in 1994 by coastal permit 4578 (Tonkin & Taylor 2001). The

Annual report 2015-2016

STDC Waverley, Kaponga, Manaia & Patea wastewater treatment consent monitoring report - Taranaki Regional Council.

Annual report 2014-2015

STDC Waverley-Kaponga-Manaia-Patea oxidation ponds consent monitoring report - Taranaki Regional Council.

Appendices

Proposed Coastal Plan Appendices.

Agenda

Agenda for Policy & Planning Committee July 2017