Kenton Sand Dune Association

by | Apr 29, 2020 | Blog

A group of residents who may be adversely affected by the build-up of the sand dune at the car park at the southern end of Westbourne Road, formed an association four years ago to determine the best long-term solution to the ongoing problem of the accumulating sand at the mouth of the Bushman’s River.

KSDA has approached KOSRA to notify the residents of Kenton of their rehabilitation plan and has sought KOSRA’s support for the plan. A summary of the plan can be found in the KSDA Newsletter click here.

The KOSRA committee has discussed the proposed plan and offer their comments click here.

The full rehabilitation presentation will be forwarded to anyone who wishes to study it.

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