I've been advising in my professional capacity to try to find a way forward in stabilising the cliff, and am keen any ideas we have are considerate of maintaining the access to the cave, but we are a long way away from that.
The cave contains bats. Block the entrance at your peril. If you do this there is the potential fine of £500 per bat.
Surely a design can be found which retains access? NB:- Holes is my job.
It would be perfectly possible, you could argue that from a structural point of view it's not a problem and from a cost of concrete in the gap point of view, it's similar. However, I imagine the solution has already crystallised
Thanks for keeping us posted.
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