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Four houses at a Scarborough beauty spot must be pulled down following a landslip on the cliff where they stand.
It is the second time the site has been hit by slippage in recent years.
The four properties are all second homes and are empty. But other, permanent residents, many of them elderly, are now terrified.
You can watch the full report from Rachel Bullock below.
Yorkshire Water have released the following statement after a landslip occurred on land in Scarborough where a pipe jointly used by them and another company, McCain, is thought to have burst underground.
You can read the full statement from them below:
McCain have released a statement after a landslip in Scarborough which has left four homes condemned for demolition.
The landslip occurred on land where an underground pipe carrying product waste from a nearby McCain food factory is thought to have burst.
You can read the full statement from McCain below:
A landslide has pushed homes dangerously close to the edge of a cliff, meaning they may need to be demolished to stop them falling.
The collapse happened yesterday at Knipe Point in Scarborough.
About 60 homes on the estate are now at risk - two of them have already been condemned.
Four privately owned properties at Knipe Point near Scarborough will have to be pulled down after further significant land slippage earlier this week put them at risk of collapse.
Following recent bad weather, the properties, which are currently unoccupied, are now just a few metres away from the edge of the same active landslide, which four and a half years ago led to the loss of three bungalows.
Houses on a cliff top in North Yorkshire are at risk of collapsing after a landslide which residents claim was caused by a leaking pipe carrying waste from a frozen food plant.
The ground slipped away at Knipe Point near Scarborough on Monday. Four unoccupied houses could now have to be demolished.
Frozen food company McCain says it is taking expert advice on a landslip in North Yorkshire, which residents claim has been caused by a leak from one of their waste pipes. Four homes will have to be demolished after the cliff at Knipe Point collapsed on Monday.
Four cliff top houses may have to be demolished near Scarborough after a landslip which residents blame on a leaking waste pipe form a from frozen food factory. This is the scene at Knipe Point after the collapse.
A landslip has threatened homes at the cliff top on Knipe Point in Scarborough. It follows rapid erosion over the last few years: in 2008, three homes had to be demolished.