A local environmental engineering company worked into the early hours to protect the road at Slapton Line as high winds and tides threatened to undermine it. Landmarc working late into the night to protect Slapton Line - credit Cllr Julian Brazil Landmarc Environmental Engineering were called to inspect the middle car park on the line by South Hams District Council on Monday but they decided to check on it on Saturday and while they were doing that they spotted a gap between the road and the rock armour protecting it. Marcus Evans, owner of Landmarc, said: "We're currently working at Beesands and we know how reactive that bit of coastline is. "While we were driving back along the road, about 500m from Torcross, I saw that the protection had been eaten away to within two foot of the road. I called SHDC and told them they might lose the road tonight." I told them they might lose the road tonight But roads are under the umbrella of Devon County Council, not SHDC, so
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