Demolition work starts today on a row of houses under threat from coastal erosion in Norfolk.
Nine of the twelve homes affected in Happisburgh have been bought by the council and are being replaced further inland.
The remaining homes will stay.
The redundant RNLI and Coastguard buildings will be demolished too.
Demolition work will start in Norfolk next week on nine houses before they fall into the sea.
The homes in Happisburgh were bought last year under a council scheme.
Meanwhile, the Environment Agency has published online maps showing how people living on the coast could be affected by erosion in the future. Watch Olivia Paterson's report