After browsing my local coastline I found a great spot to build a artificial island, I don't know if it is legally allowed but it would be worth a try.
Well this is not recognised as a piece of land because it is sunk at high tide and rarely shows but it has great potential to be built upon with mud and stone or clay or something.
Potential site of 3 acres.
Island would be 600m from local shoreline.
How to build the island?
We could have blow up boats deliver resources to the outpost at low tide to build the island up. We focus on building up a basic dike around the potential island before filling in.
We could use corrugated metal sheets to keep water at bay when building up the island.
We have a great piece of land owned by the builders.
So how many people would it take?
I would say at least 10 people working it out at low tide to build up the island.
So what do you guys think?
(England) Artificial Island opportunity?
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