A COUNCILLOR has weighed into a dispute over who should pay for repairs to a collapsed wall.
The Examiner reported last month on a war of words after the retaining wall which supports Lascelles Hall Road at Lepton fell.
The pictures show the scene now.
The wall collapsed into the garden of Liam Smith, 28, and Kirklees Council said repairs were up to him.
He objected, blaming the weight of traffic on the A642 above the wall.
Now Liberal Democrat councillor John Smithson, who represents Almondbury, has called for immediate action.
The wrangle over costs should be sorted out later, he said.
He added: "It's been nearly three months. The council should stop messing around to determine who is responsible for the collapse and get it mended."
One-way restrictions have been in force on Lascelles Hall Road since the collapse.
Clr Smithson said: "Residents are being put to great inconvenience and are becoming increasingly frustrated by the lack of visible council action."
A £15,000 estimate has been put on a new wall.
Kirklees said the wall was private and belonged to the householder.
But Mr Smith and his mother said a private householder should not be charged for maintaining a public highway.