Clean up work is being carried out at the historic Cupola building in Bury St Edmunds.
Flames destroyed most of the five-storey building, home to the Strada restaurant, on the evening of Saturday, June 16.
Efforts are being made to preserve as much of the building as possible.
Structural engineers have successfully removed a small part of a historic building front in Bury St Edmunds that was damaged by fire.
The ground floor of 17th century Cupola House was a restaurant. The back of the building collapsed during the blaze.
The front was unsteady, but less of it needed to be removed than originally thought. The remainder of the building can now be secured for restoration.
Skinner Street, The Traverse, Buttermarket and Cornhill are currently closed to vehicles.
There are also road closures on Guildhall Street at the junction with Churchgate Street; Woolhall Street at the junction with St Andrew's Street South; and Abbeygate Street at the junction with Buttermarket.
The town centre remains open to pedestrians, with restrictions on Skinner Street and The Traverse. Most businesses in the area are open as usual.
A 17th century townhouse in the centre of Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk has been severely damaged by fire.
16 crews were called to five-storey Cupola House, which houses Strada restaurant, just after nine o'clock last night (Saturday 16 June).
They managed to contain the fire to Cupola House, but part of the building collapsed.