Action is being taken to tackle vacant buildings in Hull in danger of falling into disrepair.
A register containing at-risk structures has been compiled by Hull City Council as part of a push to improve the look of the city.
In extreme cases, the local authority will take formal action, including improving the safety or appearance of a vacant building.
The register was drafted after consultation with emergency services involved with health and safety, trespass and anti-social behaviour issues at a number of these properties.
Councillor Daren Hale, deputy leader of Hull City Council, said: “We have a long-term interest in improving the image and appearance of the city as a whole – and the city centre and major thoroughfares in particular.
“This will benefit all stakeholders in respect to improving the city’s image and people’s perception of it. This means problem properties should be addressed earlier, reducing the need for formal action. It should also encourage the refurbishment or redevelopment of buildings in order to avoid formal action and identify those at imminent risk.”