We moesten in de klas voor AK een brief schrijven (in het engels, ik doe TTO), zouden jullie kunnen kijken of er fouten in zitten of er dingen verbetert kunnen worden? Misschien het een wat nettere schrijftaal maken.
We have noticed that there is a serious problem with coastal erosion around the Holderness coast. If there will not happen anything, it will damage a lot of houses and buildings along the coast line. That is why we, DNR Environmental Consultancy, tried to make a solution for this problem. Most of the time we used groynes, they may look not very nice, but they are cheap and very handy.
We divided the Holderness coast into three zones: A, B and C.
Zone A is from Flamborough to Hornsea. In this area is Bridlington, an important city which will me ruined if there will not happen anything against the coastal erosion. Although the head of Flamborough will stop the waves mostly, we placed a groyne at Flamborough for extra protection.The costs are about ¤ 300,000.
Zone B is from Hornsea to East Newton, which is about 10 kilometres. Here the cliffs need to be protected because the seawater attacks the bottom of the cliffs, which erode very fast. The best way to do this is to rebuild the beach. It makes the beach nice and wide, so it doesn’t attacks the cliffs. It’s saves Mappleton and maybe the tourism of Mappleton will grow, because of the wide beach. When you rebuild the city for 10 kilometres it will cost ¤ 4,500,000. We also played a groyne just above and beneath zone B, to make sure that this important zone is extra protected. This will cost ¤ 600,000.
Zone C is from East Newton to Easington. When you build a groyne at East Newton, one at Withernsea and one at Easington you prevent the eroding of the South of the Holderness coast. It also does not let the spit grow on to cause the river Humber to stop. To build these three groynes it will cost about ¤ 900,000.
In total, this al will be costing ¤ 6,300,00, which is about £ 5,350,000
We hope that you will send us a message soon. Thanks in advance.