Residents have marked the three-year anniversary of a wall collapsing in Abertridwr.
The wall, which is on the road leading to St Annes Gardens, collapsed on August 20, 2016 and has still not been fixed.
Rosalyn Byrne, who lives near the collapsed wall, said: “We’re fed up. It’s been three years without a solution. How long does it take to fix a wall?
“We just want it finished. It’s depressing driving past it every day and there’s ongoing safety concerns. We feel in limbo at the moment.”
Ms Byrne also spoke of concerns about the risk of further collapse and the effect the collapsed wall will have on house prices.
“This is a precarious structure and a risk to all using the road as rubble and barriers have caused cars to take a wider berth when using the road.”
Ms Byrne also hit out at Caerphilly County Borough Council, accusing the authority of not wanting to spend money to fix the wall.
Ms Byrne said: “We want to know why the council has not been able to achieve a resolution with the homeowners three years on.
“The council say they are monitoring the rest of the wall and are confident there is no further movement. If this is the case why have we been denied further crucial services and why was the wall classed as ‘precarious’ in previous communications to residents?
“Highways Department workers undertaking recent maintenance and road resurfacing of this and adjoining roads informed us that the council told them to avoid working on the part of the road directly adjacent to the wall.
“The pictures show the potholes left unfilled and the clear demarcation line where road resurfacing work stopped. Could it be that the council are not as convinced that the remaining wall is safe from collapse as they state?”
A spokesman for Caerphilly County Borough Council said: “This wall is the responsibility of the homeowners. We recognise the difficulties they face in replacing the wall and there are currently ongoing discussions between the council and the homeowners to consider the best way forward.”