Artist's impression of the completed sea defences at Rossall.

Welcome to the Fylde Peninsula Coastal Programme Website  

 

This website has been created to provide local residents, businesses and interest groups with real-time news about the Rossall and Anchorsholme coastal defence schemes, as well as project information and key contacts for the development.

The website will be regularly updated with relevant project news. Our recent news can be found on the Project Updates page and the latest news feeds on this page.

You will find your frequently asked questions on the FAQs page. If you don’t find the answer you’re looking for then please feel free to contact us directly.

 

 

Project overview

The Fylde Peninsula Coastal Programme (FPCP) is a partnership between Wyre Council, Blackpool Council, Fylde Borough Council, the Environment Agency, Lancashire County Council and United Utilities. Balfour Beatty has been appointed as the main contractor to construct the £86million coastal defence schemes at Rossall and Anchorsholme, which will greatly reduce the risk of flooding to the local community. Working with the FPCP, Balfour Beatty will be delivering two kilometres of coastal defence from Rossall Hospital to Rossall Point. In Anchorsholme, a one kilometre coastal sea wall will be developed from Kingsway to Little Bispham.

Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS)

The Rossall and Anchorsholme coastal defence schemes are registered to Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS). The Considerate Constructors Scheme is the national initiative set up by the construction industry to improve its image.

Construction sites and companies that register with the Scheme are monitored against a Code of Considerate Practice, designed to encourage best practice beyond statutory requirements. This initiative encourages contractors to give a commitment over and above the legal minimum site requirements regarding:

  • Cleanliness

  • Responsibility

  • Quietness

  • Tidiness

  • Safety

  • Accountability

The Scheme is concerned about any area of construction activity that may have a direct or indirect impact on the image of the industry as a whole. The main areas of concern fall into three categories: the general public, the workforce and the environment.

For more information, please visit http://www.ccscheme.org.uk or click here to download the CCS Scheme Overview brochure

Latest news- Rossall

Site Update - September 2016

Published 22.9.16

Installation of pedestrian access steps through the upper revetment.

installation pedestrian access steps rossall coastal defence scheme

Wave wall heel foundation showing reinforcement prior to concrete being poured.

reinforcement of heel foundation to rear flood wall

Top of the existing rear wall being demolished with the use of a ‘muncher’.

rear wall being partly demolished with muncher

Installation of precast concrete rear flood wall units.

installation of pre cast units

Latest news- Anchorsholme

Site Update - July 2016

Published 14.7.16

View of the Anchorsholme Coast Protection Scheme from the beach

Anchorsholme Coast Protection Scheme June 2016

Culvert extension works within the headland structure to the United utilities Pumping Station

Anchorsholme Coast protection Scheme

Works in the headland area: insitu gravity structure as part of the protection to the United Utilities pumping station

Constructing Anchorsholme Coast Protection Scheme

View of the Anchorsholme Coast Protection Scheme from the beach