A disgruntled homeowner was stunned to find construction workers digging up his driveway without his permission when he returned from work.
Cameron Haward, from Spondon, Derby, was forced to hire an independent firm to clean up the mess as his driveway was “filthy” with “wobbly brickwork”.
The delivery driver says he was shocked when he returned home from a shift to find his driveway had been dug up, as he says he was not informed of the work.
The 18-year-old told DerbyshireLive: “I never got a letter, I just showed up after work and they dug up my hard drive.
“They originally dug it up to attach new cables, and then they dumped the drive in a proper mess.”
Cameron was told that new cables were being laid under his and his neighbors’ driveways on behalf of Openreach BT.
But he claims the builders left his driveway “wobbly” after botching the routing of the bricks.
He complained to Telent’s headquarters and was assured that the company would cover the cost of repairing his drive.
Cameron hired Morris Cleaning Services three days later and a £250 invoice was sent to Telent on 15 March.
But four weeks later, the bill still hadn’t been paid, and it wasn’t paid until April 27 after outlet Telent asked about Cameron’s case.
A Telent spokesman said: “We are very pleased that we have found a quick solution to this situation after the customer has been updated and the supplier has been paid.”
It comes after angry Customers hit a “Cowboy Builder” who they claim have taken thousands of pounds for bad work.
Michael Brennan reportedly abandoned his punters with their renovations in Preston.
The owner of Ruby Constructions and Renovations Ltd claims he has “lost everything” over the claims – which he says are “disproportionately inflated”.
Meanwhile, residents got angry after they couldn’t park in front of your own house because of a new development.
Neighbors accused council officials of forgetting them and their needs when changing park ordinances.
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