Presentation on theme: "Conflict created by Industry"— Presentation transcript:
1Conflict created by Industry Explain why there is competition for land conflict between different land uses around Southampton WaterExplain the impacts that industry has on the coastExplain why salt marshes are so valuableidentify the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of Southampton water and the Solent as a location for environmentalists and economic activityAssess the economic, social and environmental impacts of the container port at Dibden BayCrowded Coasts 5
2Environmental Impacts of Industry at the Coast StarterEnvironmental Impacts of Industry at the Coast
3RiasDrowned or flooded river valleys formed at the end of the last ice age when the glaciers melted
4How does this link to Southampton Water? Southampton Water is a Ria!It is part of the estuary of the Rivers Test andItchen that flow in to the Solent, a stretch ofwater near the Isle of Wight
11Dibden Bay Container Port Why is this a good location?
12Dibden Bay Phillip Allan page 228-229 Oxford Pages 190-191 ABP wanted to build a new container port at Dibden Bay, besides Southampton Water.New deepwater port – 2.1km of docksSome felt good economic opportunity others feared become huge concrete mass with cranes visible miles away with lots of light and noise pollution
13StakeholdersThese are individuals, groups or organisations that have an interest in the development or outcomes of a particular project. They may be involved financially or emotionally
14Dibden Bay stakeholders For the projectAgainst the ProjectAssociated British PortsSouthampton city CouncilConfederation of British IndustryTransport and general workers’ unionCouncil for National ParksEnglish NatureRSPBLocal Parish councilsLocal residentsIdentify for each stakeholder reasons for their position
15Group F/A Why? Associated British Ports F Southampton City Council Confederation of British IndustryTransport and General Workers’ UnionCouncil for National ParksAEnglish NatureRSPBLocal parish councilsLocal residents
16Group F/A Why? Associated British Ports F National need for more container handling capacitySouthampton is well placed for transatlantic container trafficSouthampton City CouncilMore jobs both through construction phase and when port is fully operationalConfederation of British IndustryBeneficial knock on effects in linked port activities and marine industriesTransport and General Workers’ UnionMore money in the local economy – good for a range of businesses and services in and around SouthamptonCouncil for National ParksAThreat to designated environmental areasProximity of New Forest National ParkEnglish NatureUrbanisation of a rural areaDredging would be needed to accommodate super containersRSPBRisk of oil spillsLocal parish councilsTraffic congestion due to 50% increase in associated road trafficLocal residentsAdverse impact on quality of life for local residents – air, noise, water and light pollution
17Task – Assess the main effects of the Dibden Bay proposal Short termMedium and Long termEconomicSocialEnvironmental
18PlenaryIn 2004, the Transport Secretary announced that the scheme had not been given planning permission because it was felt that potential environmental damage was greater than economic benefits.Do you think this was the right decision?
19HomeworkReferring to a stretch of coast that you have studied, explain how and why some coasts are under threat from economic development. (10 marks)See separate mark scheme