Seven Mile Beach disappearing in front of our eyes.

| 4th August 2021 | 1 Comment
SMB disappearing from Erosion. (Rory Joe Mcdonagh/Facebook)

(RCN) Popular tourist destination Seven Mile Beach, is disappearing, due to Coastal Erosion. Parts of the beach have completely disappeared, and the water mark is up to several beach side properties. Activists are concerned that the new developments being built on the Seven Mile corridor will have major affects on the environment.

The erosion could leave permanent damage on the beach, and the multimillion dollar properties on the beach could be damaged if there are any natural disasters.

Premier Wayne Panton, who ran on a platform of sustainability, wants to slow down development, with the goal of saving Seven Mile Beach.

Category: Cayman News

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John Fleming is the founder and General Manager of Real Cayman News. He started Real Cayman News in December 2020 and covered the Skylar Mack trial and the 2021 Election. He used to contribute regularly to the Daily Caller and is an independent Marketer.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Time to do a beach regeneration project like they did in Miami in the 70s

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