THE public is being asked to help Wirral Council plan how the transforming coastline between Heswall and Eastham, should be managed over the next 100 years.
Experts say climate change and rising sea levels will increase the risk of flooding and erosion to the coast, affecting the places where people live and work in the areas.
Some believe parts of the Dee Estuary should be allowed to erode to provide valuable habitats for wildlife, while some back improvements to coastal defences.
Predicted rates of erosion will be released in 2010.
Your views are sought at www. mycoastline.org and the first such workshop is on Thursday, December, 10 at the Kings Gap Court Hotel, Hoylake, 7pm-8.30pm. It is a joint project with the council, Environment Agency and North West England and North Wales Coastal Group.