Emergency services are door-knocking 30 homes at Hemsby in Norfolk and offering residents temporary refuge until the high tide subsides.
Great Yarmouth Council says it is an advisory evacuation to a rest centre which has been opened at Hemsby Village Hall.
It comes are more empty properties on the clifftop at Hemsby were claimed by stormy seas.
"This is a purely precautionary measure, taken in light of the risk posed through further loss of cliff material to the privately-owned clifftop vehicular access road to The Marrams.
"Officials will continue to monitor the road and incoming tide throughout the evening. Tonight’s high tide is expected to be higher than yesterday’s, due to the weather conditions.
"The public are reminded to stay away from the area to the east of The Marrams road, The Marrams road itself and the beach directly below the cliffs, as these areas remain dangerous.
Stormy weather at the weekend has caused further erosion of the cliffs at Hemsby in Norfolk which could threaten clifftop homes.
Parts of the UK could see flooding, power cuts and damage to trees as the extreme weather hits.
Flood alerts have been issued for parts of Essex, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire as stormy weather hits the coast.