Residents living on a new build housing estate in South Gloucestershire fear it is only a matter of time before someone is seriously hurt by loose cladding.
Houses on the Barnhill development in Chipping Sodbury were completed in 2016.
There are more than 100 homes on the estate, with at least 40 covered in heavy cement plank cladding.
However, some of this cladding has loosened - and has now started falling off.
Resident Rob Williams, who moved into his four-bedroom house on the estate two years ago, believes the cladding - which weighs two kilograms per metre - could cause serious injury if it falls on someone below.
Housing developer Bloor said they were aware of the loose cladding and were in contact with affected residents.