Sea defences gather pace

The £36m coastal protection scheme requires approximately 300,000 tonnes of rock to construct the groynes

UK coast and marine infrastructure specialist Jones Bros has completed its part in the first phase of a challenging sea defence project that will protect Clacton and Holland-on-Sea in Essex.

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