Press Articles

  • Hundreds of homes, thousands of acres of farmland and some of Norfolk's top wildlife sites would be surrendered to the sea under a radical plan being considered by conservation bosses. At least six villages would be wiped off the map under the...
  • Large swathes of Norfolk, including six villages, could be flooded under a controversial plan to deal with the effects of climate change. The proposal would see Britain effectively admit defeat in the battle to maintain coastal defences and around...
  • At least six villages wiped off the map, hundreds of people turned out of their homes and some of the Broads' best freshwater lakes swamped by sea water. Thousands of acres of agricultural land turned into mudflats, the loss of bird species such...
  • North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb spoke of his shock at learning that conservation chiefs were considering a plan that would see a large part of his constituency disappear under water. "The implications are pretty horrifying for the communities...
  • Villages on and near the north-east Norfolk coast might have to be moved elsewhere as sea levels rise, a leading conservationist has warned. Simon Hooton, director of conservation and countryside management at the Broads Authority, said: "We are...
  • For the best view of the next stage of the climate change debate, you need Mike Page's help. CBS News correspondent Mark Phillips got a ride in his Cessna plane. Page has been documenting what's been happening to his home turf. There's less and less...
  • Future Norfolk Climate change minister Joan Ruddock has given the government's side and Natural England's Shaun Thomas has spoken from the lobbyists view but what of the people directly affected by climate change? In the last in a series of...
  • The stark realities of new coastal defence policies are starting to bite in a popular seaside village. Three bids to build new homes at Mundesley have all been rejected because the plots sit on land which could be swallowed by the sea in the next...
  • A legal victory by the tenant of a cliff-top chalet in East Anglia is good news for everybody living on the coast of England, it was claimed last night. Charles England, the tenant of a chalet at Easton Bavents, near Southwold, has won an appeal...
  • COASTAL campaigners are celebrating a landmark ruling which could prevent their homes from being lost to the sea. Charlie England, who lives in a cliff edge property at Easton Bavents, north of Southwold, has won an appeal against Natural England...