Emergency works have been carried out at a dangerous property which is slowly crumbling onto a north Auckland beach, Stuff reports. Since September 2020, debris from the property on Beechwood Rd in Rothesay Bay has been slipping down the cliff and onto Browns Bay beach including boulders, fencing, construction materials, and a pōhutukawa tree. The emergency works included the removal of decking, and a pōhutukawa tree was also removed down to its stump to help keep the soil stable.
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