The road to Monmouth Beach in Lyme Regis had been closed for safety reasons. There are fears further landslides could even knock chalets down to the road. Several are now perched precariously. Yesterday engineers disconnected their electricity after power lines came down.
Surveyors are expected to visit the area but it's thought little can be done until the cliffs become more stable.
Police are warning people who own chalets on Monmouth Beach in Lyme Regis not to visit them under any circumstances because of the risk from landslips.
It comes after a fresh fall closed the access road to the beach indefinitely. Officers are warning visitors not to cross the police tape as there is a considerable danger of more landslips.
The beach is about 12 miles from Burton Bradstock where a 22-year-old woman died in a cliff collapse last July.
The family of Charlotte Blackman will shortly unveil a bench in her memory. Charlotte died two months ago in a landslip while holidaying on the Dorset coast. Her family have travelled from Derbyshire to the Freshwater Holiday Park at Burton Bradstock.
Police and coastguard teams are tonight searching the beach near Charmouth following a large rockslip. It happened at Gabriel's Mouth east of Charmouth earlier today. Five people who were on the beach at the time are all safe and well.
The rescue helicopter is out inspecting the cliff tops to see if they are in imminent danger of collapse. Portland Coastguard is warning all users of the beach and the coastal path in the area to be aware of the risk. They say the cliffs are a real hazard at the moment.
The Beaminster Tunnel (A3066) has been closed following structural damage caused during a landslip.
The A3066 is completely closed between B3163 Clay Lane and B3164. It may be shut for several days.