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FAQ

How can the school or university students obtain the information for their research purposes or project activities?

a) Those information can be obtain from the department web site or 
b) Required information can be collected by visiting the department on weekdays from 9.00 am to 4.00 pm.

How to obtain the posters and the booklets published by the Coast conservation and Coastal Resource Management?

Posters and the booklets are available in the department library

To whom shall inform about the unauthorized developments in coastal zone?

To Area Offices of Coast conservation and Coastal Resource Management Department or Coastal Resource Management division of the department

How to obtain the information on coral reefs and bio diversity?

Information on coral reefs can be obtained from Coastal Resource Management division of the department.

How to obtain the information on turtles?

Information on TURTLES can be obtained from Coastal Resource Management division of the department.

How to obtain the information on mangroves?

Information on mangroves can be obtained from Coastal Resource Management division of the department.

How is to obtain the permission to take/transport sea sand?

Permission to take 02 cubes (maximum limit and depend on availability) of sea sand for public purposes can be obtained from the Coast conservation and Coastal Resource Management through a written request. In order to transport sea sand permission shall be obtained from the Geological Survey and Mines Bureau (GSMB).

Can sea sand be purchased?

No. Sea sand can not be purchased

What is the permit procedure for the development activity in coastal zone & documents to be produced?
Can we have information on Tsunami situations and its effects?

Information shall be obtained from Department of Meteorology

Who are the personnel to inform in erosion situations?

Department head office – Chief Engineer (Coastal works)

Area Offices of the department – Area Engineer

What are the setback limits of coastal zone?
Length of Sri Lankan coastline?

Approximately 1680 km

What are the boundaries of the coastal zone?
Where are the locations of Area Offices of this department located? Who are the heads and what are contact details of those regional offices?
What is the ministry of which this department is belongs to?

Ministry of Mahaweli Development & Environment

What is the Name & position of the head of the department?

B.K. Prabath Chandrakeerthi
Director General of Coast Conservation and Coastal Resource Management



Last Updated on Friday, 27 May 2011 07:25

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