Families living on a flagship housing development say their lives are being made a misery by a catalogue of failings by building firms.

Last month, the Evening News revealed how homeowners on the Fellowes Plain estate on the former hospital site off Wessex Street were being blighted by 20ft-high silos placed within yards of their front doors.

But today families who have shelled out up to £500,000 for brand new, three-storey townhouses have spoken out after compiling a string of complaints against developers which they say have not been put right despite weeks of talks

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