Koggala Case Study

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Koggala is a small town on the south coast of Sri Lanka near Galle. It is governed by Habaraduwa city council. Koggala became world famous for its long scenic beach and lagoon. Koggala is surrounded on one side by a reef and on the other by a huge Koggala Lake, where the many tributaries of the Koggala Oya drained. It is located about 139 km south of Colombo, and is situated at a height of 3 meters (9.8 ft.) Above the sea level. Due to rise of tourism infrastructure development have increased in recent decades. As part of the development project plan the construction of an international airport is suggested. This circumstance reasoning become among scientists, environmentalists, economists, politicians and interest groups. Both negative and …show more content…
Those are the National Environmental Act No. 47 of 1980, amended in 1988, the 13th Amendment to the Constitution of Sri Lanka, Pradeshiya Sabha Act No. 15 of 1987, Flood Protection Ordinance - Law No. 22 of 1955 Conservation Act Costa No. 57, 1981, the State Land Ordinance - Act No. 13 of 1949, Soil Conservation Act No. 25 of 1951 and Amendment No. 29 of 1952, Mines and Minerals Act No. 33 of 1992, Fauna and Flora Protection Ordinance - Law No. 49 of 1983, amended in 2008, National Water Supply and Drainage Board (NWSDB) - Law No. 2 of 1974, the National Policy for Rural Water Supply and Sanitation - 2001 Urban Development Authority Act to prevent mosquito breeding No. 11 of 2007 Act (UDA), No. 41 of 1978 as amended by Act No. 70 and amendments, local authorities: Municipal Council Ordinance-Law No. Law 29 of 1947 Amendments 18, 1979 and amendments, 61 Urban Council Ordinance 1939 and 1979 Acts 13 …show more content…
These are, while building and after built. To reduce public participation public awareness is necessary for the program is running. The level at which the public is involved varies with relevant legislation, and the attitudes of other stakeholders. Sri Lanka as the development of the people of the country there is much concern about environmental damage, but her stomach. So that public awareness is raised especially if there is any impact on your day to day life and livelihood. When the address for the public should focus primarily on eliminating

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