Walkers are being told to avoid the coastline at Barton-on-Sea in Hampshire, where an enormous crack has appeared at the top of the cliffs.
A cliff at Barton-on-Sea is starting to crumble, after the landslide in Dorset.
Nick Kelly from Lulworth Estate was interviewed by Sangeeta about the landslide.
Click video. Safety experts have cordoned off the area at Durdle Door in Dorset, and are assessing damage to the cliff and coastal path.
New picture from the Marine and Coastguard Agency. This is the scene at St Oswald's Bay.
The Marine and Coastguard Agency has taken a picture of walkers near the scene of the cliff fall at Durdle Door. The area is being cordoned off, and walkers are being urged to stay far away from the cliff edge as further collapses are possible.
Nic Lonsdale, duty watch manager at Portland Coastguard, said: "We are urging people to observe the warning signs and stay away from the edge." The cliffs at Durdle Door and Lulworth have been crumbling since the start of year.
In January, the steps to the famous landmark collapsed. Earlier this month, coastguards warned that the path was beginning to fall away.
Coastguards have just sent us this picture from Durdle Door. Walkers are being warned to stay away from the area.