A MOTHER with five children says she is still waiting for her kitchen to be finished - almost three months after council workmen moved in.
Anna Roberts, 28, of Westerley Way, Shelley, says she is fed up with delays, bad workmanship and a lack of information.
She says she just wants to be able to decorate her home and get some sort of order back into her own and her children's lives after weeks of upheaval.
"They started work on March 31 and its been one thing after the next," she said.
"There are dents in the units, wood splitting where they've replaced handles and now they want to rip my oven out again because of damaged pipes."
"It's a botched job. I just want them out so I can decorate and get on."
Homes in Westerley Way are being refurbished under the Decent Homes scheme, a plan to upgrade and refurbish homes throughout Kirklees.
Miss Roberts's five children are Amy, nine, Luke, seven, Reece, three, 18-month-old Korie, and baby Chloe, six months.
A spokeswoman from Kirklees Council said: "The work (at Miss Roberts's house) was completed on May 7.
"A tenancy satisfaction survey form was received on June 3 on which Miss Roberts indicated that everything was completed to an acceptable standard.
"Miss Roberts then contacted Kirklees Neighbourhood Housing on June 10 as she was not happy about some items of work in the kitchen and bathroom."
The contractor visited Miss Roberts and agreed to renew and replace some items, he said.
"New items have had to be ordered with the manufacturer. Some doors have already been replaced and further ones are still to be delivered from the supplier tomorrow," he added.
"Work to the kitchen is due to be completed in about a week from now."