Three cliff falls have taken place in Sidmouth in the space of just 24 hours.
They follow a collapse last month which created a huge plume of dust over the town.
Key worker Stu White, 37, was on shift when he noticed the large cloud of dust over the town on Tuesday May 26.
I was at work when I just looked over and noticed it. I didn't hear a noise or anything.
A Beach Management Scheme for the town which aims to protect Sidmouth's crumbling cliffs is in place.
The preferred option of the plan would see a new rock groyne placed on East Beach, shingle imported and the height of the seafront splash wall increased.
The scheme which costs around £8.7million, is now moving to the next stage after the funding gap was bridged earlier this month.
The council is planning to host a public exhibition, when circumstances allow, in order to gather feedback on the details of the proposals before submitting a planning application.