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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » Coast Conservation to remove boulders - Mt Lavinia to get sea filled City

Coast Conservation to remove boulders - Mt Lavinia to get sea filled City

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Chinwi

Chinwi
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Now they are to fill sea along Mt Lavinia beachfront and build a new City.

A multi-billion rupee project to reclaim part of the sea off the Mount Lavinia area for mixed development projects including tourist-related facilities is to be awarded to a company from the Netherlands, a senior Government official said yesterday.

260 hectares (642 acres) would be reclaimed by pumping in sea sand to the area. The project is estimated to cost US$ 280 million (Rs. 36.4 billion).

Dutch investors had met President Mahinda Rajapaksa and officials of the Defence and Urban Development Ministry, the Finance Ministry and the Central Bank to initiate the project which is expected get underway later this year. The feasibility study for the project has already been completed.

Meanwhile , Coast Conservation Department has been directed to replace the boulders in the coastal area with sand pumped from the sea. The President had directed that sand should be pumped from the sea as the new sandy beaches thus created would benefit the tourist industry.


http://www.sundaytimes.lk/130818/news/new-tourist-city-to-rise-from-mt-lavinia-sea-58569.html


kukumarx


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
@Chinwi wrote:Now they are to fill sea along Mt Lavinia beachfront  and build a new City.

A multi-billion rupee project to reclaim part of the sea off the Mount Lavinia area for mixed development projects including tourist-related facilities is to be awarded to a company from the Netherlands, a senior Government official said yesterday.

260 hectares (642 acres) would be reclaimed by pumping in sea sand to the area. The project is estimated to cost US$ 280 million (Rs. 36.4 billion).

Dutch investors had met President Mahinda Rajapaksa and officials of the Defence and Urban Development Ministry, the Finance Ministry and the Central Bank to initiate the project which is expected get underway later this year. The feasibility study for the project has already been completed.

Meanwhile , Coast Conservation Department has been directed to replace the boulders in the coastal area with sand pumped from the sea. The President had directed that sand should be pumped from the sea as the new sandy beaches thus created would benefit the tourist industry.


http://www.sundaytimes.lk/130818/news/new-tourist-city-to-rise-from-mt-lavinia-sea-58569.html
I wonder how they plan to do it. The rocks have been put in because over the years, the waves the eroded the beach. Just pumping in sand wont do, as with time it will wash out again. The only way to build up a beach is by building groins like they have done in Negumbo (the beach adjoining Lewis place)


dudi


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
would be great if this could be done all around the island to reclaim the beaches lost out to the sea due to sea erosion

UKboy

UKboy
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Dutch are one of the most experienced nations when comes how to tame sea. I have better faith on them than the Chinese regarding these artificially build islands in rough sea & prevent erosion.

However the hidden power of mother nature is enormous.

micky

micky
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
why filling sea? there are lots of unoccupied beaches. there should be only 1 reason. they can get a big land near colombo city. but still worth with amount of money they have to spend for the filling?

and do they consider about global warming? sea level going up every year. Question 

K.Haputantri

K.Haputantri
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The developper should under-take a serious EIO in order to mitigate new environmental and economic issues that would be created due to reclaiming the sea, because our continental shelf (not so deep sea area from where sand can be pumped, & closer to the beach. If done haphzadly removal of sand would destroy natural habitats and also natural protection to the coastal belt) is very narrow exept in the north. These areas are very rich in natural resources. Some issues that comes to my mind are unexpected sea erotion in other areas, dangers to bio diversity, merine life, loss of lively-hood of fishermen especially beach-sean & one day boats fishery etc.

rainmaker


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Which part of Mt Lavania beach is affected - the side towards Dehiwala or towards Ratmalana?

seek


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
I think towards Dehiwala

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