Ten days after a cliff collapse on the Isle of Sheppey led to four families being evacuated and a house being totally destroyed, neighbours are still waiting to return home.
The close knit community at Eastchurch Gap has been calling for action to halt coastal erosion for years. But they believe something else led to a mother of five losing her dream home.
Less than two years after Emma Tullett moved in to Cliffhanger, her dream home, the ground disappeared from beneath it.
The coast at Eastchuch is eroding. But neighbours don't believe that's why the ground on surf crescent gave way .
Jason Green, who has cerebral palsy lives with his wife Jessie and two children in a caravan next to his parents house. Now that Emma's home has gone, his home is closest to the cliff edge.
He and two other neighbours have been told they can't go home.
Jason Green, neighbour
Edwin Cane spent two nights sleeping in his car to protect his home from being looted.
Malcolm Newell Eastchurch Gap Erosion and Community Action Group
A Swale council spokesman said "The "no active intervention" policy along this stretch of coast has been in place since 2008.
They can't afford cliff defences and the environment agency can't justify them.
Until then neighbours here have no idea when, if ever, it will be safe to return home. Jason Green says it's been an emotional time.
Since the house, which was called Cliffhanger - collapsed, neighbours on the Isle of Sheppey have offered help.
In his report, Tony Green talks to neighbours in Eastchurch, Jason Green, Ed Cane, Malcolm Newell, caravan Park owner Henry Cooper, and Dr Malcolm Whitworth from Portsmouth University, a reader in Engineering Geomorphology and Natural Hazards.