Cliff-top homes are starting to crumble on the Norfolk coast as fears grow that high tide will sweep them into the sea.
The residents of 13 properties in The Marrams in Hemsby have been evacuated as fierce winds and tides batter the coast - with several metres of dunes eroded over the weekend alone.
A rest centre has been set up at the village hall and the coastguard has been monitoring the situation around the clock.
Coastal protection and resilience officers have been on site today, assessing the damage together with building control surveyors and Environmental Services Officers who are monitoring the area.
The police are also still at the scene. Council officers are in discussion with local land and beach owners, The Watling Trust to ensure safety at the site.