Press Articles

  • A village in the forefront of the battle against coastal erosion is hitting back with a £1.6m package of measures to help local people. Residents of Happisburgh talked to officials at the weekend about a range of projects from buying up endangered...
  • Homeowners in the coastal erosion hotspot Happisburgh will not have to wait for long into the new year for discussions to start about the payments they may receive for their houses under a project to tackle the impacts of coastal change. As...
  • A woman whose home is likely to fall into the sea says she will refuse thousands of pounds of compensation to which she would be entitled. Bryony Nierop-Reading's home is within a few yards of an eroding cliff edge, uninsurable and not worth much...
  • For Malcolm Kerby climate change is no distant threat to the Third World. He lives where it is already ruining lives... in Britain. His home is in the small village of Happisburgh on the North Norfolk coast where the shore is retreating, battered...
  • A successful multi million pound bid to solve major coastal problems in Norfolk and Suffolk was hailed by experts and campaigners last night as the most important step ever taken in the management of the coast. And as three local authorities -...
  • Life changed in Happisburgh yesterday. The village - a calm, pretty outpost of Norfolk which has become an international icon in the battle to address the impacts of coastal erosion, climate change and an emerging Whitehall-driven policy of...
  • Three Norfolk and Suffolk councils were today awarded a total of more than £4.8m to tackle coastal change and erosion. Officials at government department Defra confirmed that North Norfolk District Council will receive £3m for a wide-ranging...
  • A leading Norfolk coastal campaigner says the county's cause has been helped through brief encounters with senior government and opposition ministers on successive days. Today Malcolm Kerby had a fleeting meeting with Conservative shadow...
  • En Grande-Bretagne, le réchauffement climatique se fait déjà sentir, notamment dans le Norfolk, région la plus exposée face à la mer, dans le nord-est de l'Angleterre. Watch the video
  • Home owners who face losing their East Anglian properties to coastal erosion were offered the hope of receiving proper compensation last night. The chairman of the Environment Agency has suggested that the government sets up a buy and lease...