Protective boulder armour has been placed at Rousse.
It is part of the ongoing maintenance work to prevent further coastal erosion in Guernsey.
A spokesperson for Agriculture, Countryside & Land Management Services said that about 450 tonnes of granite boulders have been placed in this area along with the installation of a geotextile to prevent the loss of sand and soil from behind the new boulder armour.
The contractor was Geomarine and the cost of the work is about £35,000.
‘ACLMS would like to thank the public for their co-operation during these works,’ they said.
‘Further work is likely to be carried out next year to prevent erosion of other sections of the coast in this area.’