By Susie Kearley
Orfordness Lighthouse in Suffolk, England has been marked for demolition following a failed safety test by a building control team from East Suffolk Council. Their report in January said that the lighthouse was in a “dangerous condition,” and they advised trustees to demolish the entrance porch and ensure that the main tower was securely locked. Within weeks of that inspection however, the lighthouse was ravaged by two violent storms – Storm Ciara and Storm Dennis – which caused further structural damage and instability. Anglian Demolition was appointed to undertake the demolition work. . .
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