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.
Fire crews are still at the scene of a major fire at Strada restaurant in Bury St Edmunds on Saturday night.
Part of Bury St Edmunds town centre could be sealed off for most of today (Sunday 17 June) after a blaze at a historic building.