Demolition work will start in Norfolk next week on nine houses before they fall into the sea.
The homes in Happisburgh were bought last year under a council scheme.
Meanwhile, the Environment Agency has published online maps showing how people living on the coast could be affected by erosion in the future. Watch Olivia Paterson’s report
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Suffolk and Essex Shoreline Management Plan released for consultation, Environment Minister Huw Irranca-Davies vists Hopton
Watch the video on BBC Look East
Rare reconnaissance photographs of the 1953 floods which engulfed large parts of East Anglia have come to light.
The pictures were shot by the RAF and, until recently, some of them were classified.
Watch the video clip on the BBC News website
Series telling the stories of people caught up in extreme weather events in the UK. From floods to hailstorms and even tornados, find out what happens when freak weather hits and show you how to protect yourself, your home and your family from disaster.
A dramatic storm leaves a couple’s dream home teetering on the edge of a cliff and it’s a lucky escape for the family whose house was struck by lightning.
Featuring a couple who invested in a hotel and campsite at the East Yorkshire village of Ulrome on the Holderness Coast.
Watch the episode on BBC iPlayer