Angry residents in newly-built homes have slammed council officials over repeated missed bin collections.
Black bins on Uppermoor, in Pudsey, are overflowing again after residents claim refuse collectors have missed out their street again.
The YEP reported last month that people living on the new-build street had not had their bins emptied for more than five weeks after they moved in.
Michelle Firth moved into her new home at the end of November and went nearly six weeks without a bin collection.
After contacting the YEP the bin collections ran as usual but now they claim they have been a further two weeks without having their black bins emptied.
Michelle said: “It’s not nice and I just can’t cope with it.
“Our bins are overflowing and it’s just not acceptable.”
Michelle , who has a disabled son, claims that bin men came and emptied some bins on the street but others were missed.
The mortgage specialist added: “We were told on Thursday that our bins would be emptied in 48 hours but they haven’t.
“We were supposed to have a collection but the wagon just drove straight past.
“One of my neighbour’s bins is full with babies’ nappies and I have got three dogs.
“We are all just really angry.”
A spokeswoman for Leeds City Council said: “We apologise that some residents are still having issues with their collections.
“This is a new estate, which is still under construction, and we do have problems accessing some properties with our bin wagons. We have arranged for a collection to take place today to those properties that we can access, and will look at what we can do to resolve the issue as quickly as possible.”