A snapshot of some of the photos being posted on social media at the moment by unhappy land-owning land maintenance 'customers'.
Half a path
This and many more images can be found on the Home Owners Rights Network (HorNet) Facebook page
Safety first... not!
A bin full of water and dog faeces in a children's play park. Check out the HorNet Facebook page for the full story.
Easy to see why residents have a chip on their shoulder!
Go to HorNet's Facebook page to hear the rest of the story
Rocky road... skipping home from school wasn't an option for kids on this estate...
See the 'after' photos on HorNet's Facebook page
Rain stops play...
More information on HorNet's Facebook page
Creating beautiful landscapes?
Full story on HorNet's Facebook page
I am a cider drinker...
This and many more images on HorNet's Facebook page
Pickupa the pizza box! No? OK, just mow over it then...
Oh dear, another maintenance fail. For a slice of the action, join the HorNet Facebook page
We think it's human
For more on the origins of this issue, join the HomeOwners Rights Network
Junk yard or border?
Taken 15th November on a Greenbelt Group estate. For the full story and other pictures, join HorNet
Chop n drop
Abandoned cuttings, masonry and wood, strewn across a path (taken 15th November, 2016) - as ever see the full story on HorNet
Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness?
The dank reality of living on a Greenbelt Group maintained site at this time of year has inspired one homeowner to take a series of seasonal images of her estate... for more join HorNet on Facebook
Well maintained borders they said in the bumf...
Not quite what has been delivered... although doesn't stop an endless stream of 7 day warning letters arriving to the homeowners on this estate... again see more on HorNet
Scene of a dramatic air accident rescue allegedly... for the full story see HorNet Facebook
Another half a path
Seems to be a speciality on this estate... for the full story see HorNet
Eding their bets...
Residents aren't convinced this is ever going to be mended.
Crack out the wellies folks, it's another badly maintained footpath.
Oh dear, suing a resident for not paying for this...
... he's getting lots of support through HorNet.
Where did they get the wood for this?
Would this meet safety standards do you think?
The horrors just go on!
Mouldy tarmac and steps worn away to nothing
For the full story visit HorNet
More likely to be a case of meemaw, meemaw for kids wanting to play on this piece of equipment.