UK beaches at risk of vanishing in just years due to climate change MAPPED

Further east and parts of Brighton and Hove, including the Brighton Marina and Brighton City Airport, are below projected water levels.

Parts of Eastbourne, Pevensey Bay and Normans Bay are also projected to be flooded, with the waters extending inland past Westham, Langey and Downash.

Further along the coast and the historic Camber Castle built by Henry VIII is expected to be flooded alongside Dungeness and the Dungeness National Nature Reserve.

The projections extend all the way from Pet Level Beach to Dungeness and Folkstone, reaching as far inland as Woodchurch, Rye and Newenden.

At risk are also Dover, Sandwich and Sandwich and Pegell Bay, as well as Margate and Reculver.