These are the top 10 UK areas most at risk from coastal erosion, and how much land might be lost in the coming years. Data has been obtained from an interactive map which used Environment Agency data as its basis.
5. Filey, North Yorkshire
Filey, near to Scarborough, is also at risk of erosion, with holiday cottages and caravan parks close to the edge.
6. Camber Sands, East Sussex
Holiday caravans, homes and cafes are close to the edge at Camber Sands, which is another area at high risk of coastal erosion - with the entire area possibly underwater in the next century.
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7. Pevensey Bay, East Sussex
Pevensey Bay, East Sussex, could erode by up to 40 metres in the next 20 years and 200 in the next 100 years.
8. Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex
Between Brighton and Worthing, houses on the edge by Shoreham-by-Sea could disappear in the coming decades and is another area of high risk for erosion.