PROTECTING A VALUED PART OF
OUR CULTURAL LANDSCAPE
Incorporating climate resilience strategies and adaptation techniques to achieve the best outcome for our coast
how we can help
Our growing Coastal team work with private and local body government clients throughout New Zealand to support the development of coastal management programmes and support planning applications for developments located in coastal hazard area.
Here’s how we can help you with coastal-related decisions:
Coastal Hazards - coastal erosion assessments, coastal inundation assessments climate change and sea level rise assessments
Coastal Processes - wave climate and storm surge investigations, extreme sea level analysis, coastal processes impact assessments, coastal management applications
Coastal Hazards Management - developing a risk profile based upon hazard profile, uncertainty, and land-use
Coastal Water and Sediment Quality Assessments - water quality sampling and effects assessments
Coastal Planning Guidance - preparing resource consents, environmental monitoring plans and reports, technical evidence for council hearings and environment court
Stakeholder Engagement - preparing supporting information and consultation on management options and iwi engagement
Coastal Monitoring - historic shoreline mapping, topographic beach profile analysis, beach monitoring programme review and recommendations
Coastal Management Applications - Coastal management options assessments, design input for both hard and soft coastal protection measures, development of dynamic adaptive pathways
August 2022 marked a significant step in the evolution of 4Sight as we became part of SLR, a global leader in environmental and advisory solutions. We can now offer our clients an even greater range of specialist technical services, which you can view here.
Our growing Coastal team assist our clients to monitor and manage climate change effects through their expertise in coastal hazards management, environmental impact assessments, coastal water and sediment quality assessments, and coastal planning guidance.