Storm Emma has caused damage in the region of £30,000 to the Isle of Man's Douglas Promenade.
A huge clean-up effort is being undertaken by the Department of Infrastructure to clear large amounts of debris from the walkways and roads.
The area between Regent Street in Douglas and the Bottleneck car park remains closed to pedestrians while the clear up operation takes place.
Around 1,500 square metres of the Douglas promenade walkway surface was damaged during Friday’s weather.
It is currently being removed ahead of resurfacing, which is hoped to take place later in the week. Damaged railings will be replaced costing around £12,000.
Manx Utilities Authority has been asked to take the opportunity to replace the sewerage tank covers, which are at the end of their life, before the new surface is laid.
Costs to repair part of Mooragh Promenade's sea wall and walkway in Ramsey will be in the region of £180,000.