Objectors have called for the removal of sea defences at a Cornish beauty spot.
The 80 metres of defences at Carlyon Bay in south east Cornwall are protecting an information centre.
It's linked to a proposed £250 million development which it's hoped will be started in 2016.
But more than 700 people have signed a petition calling for the defences to be removed.
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