The coast is becoming a global hotbed of construction.
From the huge skyscrapers of Hong Kong to the vast construction sites in India, there are so many options for construction sites that it’s easy to forget that they are actually just a series of buildings that are stacked one atop another.
With more than 2,000 construction sites spread across nearly 80 countries, it is not uncommon for these new developments to be built by a single country, such as China, in a few short years.
But there is another side to this story: the sea.
While many people have no idea what a sea is, there is one thing that they should know: it’s full of construction workers and ships.
The Coast Guard estimates that over 1,500 vessels have been built by the time they are completed, with hundreds more in the pipeline.
The vast majority of these ships are not the result of any kind of sea-related engineering.
Rather, they are built by local communities in coastal communities that are just waiting for a bit of an economic boom to take place.
The biggest challenge facing these communities is the lack of affordable and reliable housing.
These developments are mostly concentrated in low-income areas and many of these people have limited access to the city’s main port and other infrastructure.
These areas are where most of the construction is being done.
There is also a lack of information about the projects, making it difficult for locals to get a handle on the projects.
This has meant that many of the projects have not been designed to meet local needs, such is the need to keep costs low.
This has led to a significant shortage of housing and housing stock for people to live in, which in turn has led some communities to resort to illegal methods to secure the land they need for construction projects.
The most common form of illegal construction is the construction of small boats that are often used for temporary work.
In this case, the boats are often built by residents in the area who will illegally dig holes in the ground, or create makeshift tunnels, for boats to travel between.
This practice has been known to cause serious health and environmental impacts.
While some coastal communities have begun to look at legal ways to build their own construction sites, there have been a few exceptions to this rule, such the case of the two villages of Nangai and Thakkar, located in the coastal areas of Gujarat.
While both of these villages have been able to build some homes, both of which are situated in rural areas, the lack the availability of land, and the fact that it is expensive, has led them to resorting to the illegal form of construction, which is what the government of Gujarat is now doing to address the issue.
The state government has taken the issue of illegal sea-building very seriously, and has announced plans to set up a committee to study the issue and identify the best methods to ensure that construction works in coastal areas are not only safe, but also affordable.
The report is due to be released by the National Green Tribunal on October 18.