Buildings and open spaces across South Tyneside are being inspected to assess the damage left behind by Storm Arwen.
Following the initial emergency response, assessments are being carried out on parks, cemeteries, structures and schools.
This has identified that further significant work is required to repair damage wreaked by the storm and the clean-up operation is expected to continue over the coming days.
As people have returned to premises after the weekend there has been a further influx of reports, which continue to be dealt with on a priority basis.
An unprecedented number of trees have blown down; to date the council has received reports relating to trees at almost 300 locations. Assessments have been carried out at 150 sites in the high priority category, with 80 trees having been removed or made safe. On-site assessments will continue for several days.
Inspections of the borough's green spaces have identified a substantial amount of additional work including fallen trees, split trees and branches. Identified dangerous areas have been fenced off, however it is anticipated that the wider clean-up operation will last a number of weeks.
Assessments across council-owned buildings have also highlighted repair works needed to 14 properties, the majority of which are schools and relate to minor issues like roof tiles or loose cables.
Haven Point in South Shields remains closed due to storm damage to the roof. Repair work could not start today due to icy conditions but will begin tomorrow. It is anticipated that the Leisure Pool will stay closed for the rest of this week with planned works of the slides due to take place next week. Customers will be updated with further information as the situation develops.
The Council and South Tyneside Homes have also received 45 reports of structural damage and the response to incidents is ongoing.
A number of road closures remain in place across the Borough, to address significant safety concerns and to allow the clean-up of debris by limiting through traffic. Diversions are in place with local access permitted.
A closure at Station Road, East Boldon, requires the assessment of live electricity cables by Northern Powergrid, who are prioritising 58,000 residents who are still without power.
Trow Quarry car park is also closed, due to ice and an accumulation of sand on the access road. Crews will clear this over the coming days.
Cllr Tracey Dixon, Leader of South Tyneside Council, said: "Teams from the council, South Tyneside Homes and our contractors are continuing to work tirelessly to help the borough recover as swiftly and as safely as possible.
"Crews worked around the clock in the initial emergency response over the weekend and are now assessing what remains to be done.
"Whilst significant progress has already been made in the clean-up operation, it is apparent that there is a substantial amount of damage which is going to take some time to work through.
"This storm has had a major impact and has affected so many of our residents and businesses, but once again we have seen that fantastic South Tyneside community spirit, with people rallying together and looking out for one another.
"This has been an unprecedented event; we will continue to work through the damage, prioritising the most urgent, and we would ask people to be patient as we try to return the borough to normal."
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