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Give 4 figure references for: a) Hornsea – South Cliff b) Mappleton Sands Give a 6 figure reference for Great Cowden Caravan site
How has the Council protected the coast at Hornsea? Why has the Council done this?
How has the Council protected the coast at Mappleton? Why has the Council done this?
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Give two ways in which the cliff collapse may affect the owners of the property shown in the image
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