David Eagle’s plan to protect northern end of the Naze was put in action over weekend of 10 September 2016. Volunteers filled larger cages with rocks.
10 September 2016 – volunteer workers already at work
More rocks arrive
Cages are nearly full
In filling between cages and cliff
The message seems to be it’s hard to get large scale projects going,
it’s much quicker and easier for small scale projects.
If the future is going to be volunteer projects what is the point of Environment Agency?
Finally more rocks are needed a few yards further south, otherwise the cliffs will erode so the sea can get behind the rock cages from the south.