The green bit was built after the 1937 collapse and appears to be a good solid piece of work that is pretty near the 100 year concrete sell by date.
The purple bit is what remains of the bit that was built in 1860, the rest collapsed and then collapsed halfway through the rebuild, 1960s or 70s can’t be bothered to look it up. As you cansee if you expand the photo of it has no proper foundations. You don't even need to expand this one.
Is it 107 or 109 apartments they intend to build under this façade?
The last repair which was about £1m on our council tax didn’t last very long, and the council won’t tell me tell me what this one cost or if they have an engineers report saying how they intend to do the next repair with the new development three metres away from the cliff façade and about the same height.
With no drain holes in the purple bit I wonder how the water that builds up behind it gets out, perhaps through the missing foundations at the bottom