Can you imagine Margate and Cliftonville in 2150?
We’re interested in your vision of a sustainable future for Margate and Cliftonville. During 2013 we will be developing a community-led vision and action plan for the area, looking towards 2150.
Coastal communities like Margate and Cliftonville are at the forefront of climate change in the UK. No-one knows exactly what this might mean but there are strong indications that future changes are likely to include:
- More extreme weather
- Rising sea levels
- Hotter, drier summers
- Warmer, wetter winters
For more information on climate change in Margate and Cliftonville, and what you can do about it, visit the Climate Change page.
Climate change is likely to bring opportunities as well as challenges for Margate and Cliftonville. We have identified three key themes so far. Click on the topics below to find out more.
The project has developed interactive maps of Margate and Cliftonville to help you explore future issues. You can zoom in to your area and choose which data to show on the map (including Ordnance Survey data, flood risk zones, habitats, protected areas, parish boundaries and tourist attractions). If you have trouble viewing the interactive maps, you may need to download a plug-in for your browser. Alternatively you can view simpler versions on the MAPS page.
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