Broughty Ferry Flood Prevention Works

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AS PART of the Broughty Ferry flood protection scheme local people will have a chance to hear about plans to minimise disruption to the marine environment.

An opportunity to look at drawings and discuss the project with Dundee City Council engineers will be on offer on Wednesday July 24 at the Castle Green Pavilion from 10am to 6pm.

By choosing construction methods that cut down noise and vibration, engineers aim to reduce the impact of the scheme on animals and plants in and around the water. 

Marine Scotland need to make sure that any vulnerable marine environments are safeguarded through its licensing process.

The consultation will give local people a chance to engage with the upcoming Marine Licence Application, currently in its initial stages.

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