I wonder how many Dawlish residents have taken a left at the station to have a walk along pigeon alley and the old coastguards building and looked down at the beach at low tide. And what do you see? You see clumps of concrete, Iron bars, rotted groynes and various other debris. I don't know who has responsibility whether its Dawlish council or Network rail, but whoever is responsible for it needs to be ashamed to allow this eyesore to continue.
Who owns it?
There is a game being played called "Pass the Buck."
Someone owns it but no one wants to admit it.
It will probably get sorted when the new sea wall is built, most of the debris is the old sewer outfall it used to belong to South West Water and i remember they were refused permission to remove it cant remember why though.
have put pics of the lethal rebar sticking out of the dawlish beach. you only see it when the beach has been severely eroded, but then they are covered with sea water and look like idylic sea pools.
Someone or someones dog is going to end up impaled and/or get a severe foot injury from all the sharp bits of metal lodged in the buried concrete on the beach.
Doubt anything will be done about....maybe a sign or two so the responsibility can be waived.