People living in Gosport have the chance to have their say on plans to safeguard hundreds of homes from coastal flooding.
The plans outline new or improved flood defences in Forton, Alverstoke and Seafield, designed to protect homes, businesses and vital structures until 2060.
The town was affected by flooding in 2006 and 2016 during heavy rain.
£2.4 million in funding is needed to construct the schemes, work could start in 2019.
Residents can see proposed schemes at a series of drop-in exhibitions:
- Alverstoke - 17 July, 1pm-6.30pm, at the Scout Activities Centre, Clayhall Road
- Seafield - 20 July, 1pm-6.30pm, at the Discovery Centre, Gosport High Street
- Forton - 25 July, 1pm-6.30pm, at St Vincent College, Mill Lane