Now that they have demolished "The Palace" - the old Road View landmark - to make way for some foreigner's idea of a tropical beachfront paradise, one of our main concerns has been what kind of sea defense would be built and will it help or hinder beach access. A walk by the construction site revealed that they have busted out the old seawall, pulled out the old tamarind tree, and appear to be building much closer to the water than previously existed. As you can see from the mossy rocks left by the low tide this would leave no room to walk along the beach between Mullins Beach and points north. And, this is a very sensitive area that has seen severe erosion even before the cursed groynes. If this doesn't qualify as one of the structures that can cause the "catastrophic results" the CZMU warned of just over a year and a half ago, it should.