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A livid home-owner has blasted a housing developer for blocking his driveway for eight weeks after he was informed building work would solely take at some point.

Frustrated Gregory Alm, from Pontprennau, Cardiff, mentioned he’s dealing with “ridiculous delays” ready for correct entry to the house he shares together with his mom.

Mr Alm’s anger stems from being informed by the developer that the agency was aiming to be “outside your driveway for one day”, reviews Wales Online.

But now two months later the eyesore shiny yellow constructing equipment and orange obstacles stay outdoors Mr Alm’s house, and building remains to be anticipated to take one other “few weeks”.

Mr Alm claims his property has been plagued with insufferable noise linked to the drainage system work being carried out on the highway.

Before work started outdoors his house Mr Alm acquired a letter from Edenstone operations supervisor Nick Barret, which learn: “Please be assured that at the end of the day, you will have full vehicular access restored.

“We are aiming to be outdoors your driveway for at some point.”

Mr Alm informed Wales Online he nonetheless hasn’t been given a agency date when the work will finish. He added: “It’s been going on for weeks now and it’s ridiculous. They said it would be over very quickly.

“There are numerous construction sites on the road but mine is right outside my drive and it’s a huge inconvenience.

“I’ve spoken to them and had email talks with the operations manager but I now feel like I’m wasting my time. I’ve contacted the council but had nothing back.”

A spokesperson for Edenstone mentioned the corporate was working as rapidly as potential, with residents capable of entry their drives outdoors working hours, however added work could be ongoing outdoors the properties in Clos Nant Glaswg for “a few weeks”.

Chris Edge, operations director for the corporate, added: “We appreciate the community’s patience and cooperation during this period.”