East Ayrshire Council (EAC) has said it has received "several" complaints relating to a new housing estate in Cumnock.

Planning permission was granted to Campbell Homes to build homes near Rigg Road in 2015 - with initial proposals for 156 houses.

Some residents who have lived in the Afton Braes development for a number of years have raised a series of concerns, including drainage issues, road problems and visual issues.

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EAC confirmed it has "received several planning enforcement complaints relating to the site".

However, the local authority added that most of these complaints have been resolved, or don't breach planning control regulations.

A spokesperson said: "There are currently three outstanding complaints relating to open space and landscaping, provision of boundary fencing and the completion of final drainage arrangements for part of the site.

"These matters will continue to be monitored in order to ensure they are resolved.

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"The council is also aware of ongoing issues with the water infrastructure and pressure levels and that the developer continues to engage with Scottish Water in that respect.

"They have confirmed they are aware of the urgency of the situation and are also working towards a resolution."

A spokesperson from Campbell Homes said: “We are surprised and rather disappointed to hear of these complaints.

“We are proud of the 144 homes built to date, believing them to be of high standard, and are confident the vast majority of residents would agree.”