Suffolk Coast Against Retreat (SCAR) is holding its AGM at the Riverside Centre, Stratford St Andrew on Saturday 7th March at 10.30am. The guest speaker is Karen Thomas, Head of Coastal Partnership East. As always, this will be an interesting … Read More
The Association has lodged its response to the consultation on Shoreline Management Plan review of SudbourneBeach on Orfordness. The review was required because of the development of the Alde and Ore Estuary Plan. The current Shoreline Management Plan’s interim policy … Read More
Following the meeting hosted by The Association on 17th July, we have now issued an updated report of the meeting together with the slides from the presentation by Jonathan Clarke of Natural England, Coastal Path Delivery Team. These documents give … Read More
The planning application in respect of the Rope Kiln at Jumbo’s Cottage was approved. The Association will continue to object to planning applications it considers detract from the natural beauty and tranquil environment of the Estuary.
The Association has responded to the planning application regarding the Rope Kiln building at Jumbo’s Cottage, Iken as follows:- Planning Application DC/19/1324/FUL – Jumbo’s Cottage, Iken From the Alde Ore Association (Registered Charity number 1154583) – The Alde and Ore … Read More
‘We have received from our local Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) a call for help in spotting redundant plastic trees guards while on your walks For details, click here.
The Environment Agency’s Consultation for the Draft National Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management Strategy for England is vitally important to our Estuary and we are encouraging members to respond directly or to give us their views to help shape … Read More
The Environment Agency have issued their consultation on a flood and coastal defence strategy (see Press release). Comments have to be made via the Consultation Hub by 4th July 2019. Alde and Ore Association Trustees are considering the document and … Read More
The Association has lodged detailed responses both to the Sizewell C consultation and to Scottish Power Renewables’ plans for the onshore facilities for planned new windfarms. Both of these affect our area and our estuary which The Association exists to … Read More
We are pleased to welcome John Curtin, the Environment Agency’s Executive Director of Flood and Coastal Risk Management as our guest speaker this year. His title is 2019 – The Year we took Climate Change seriously? This will be an … Read More