Anglian Water say that sewers in Lake Close are privately owned and no work has been carried out by them, despite claims from housing association Clarion.
A road in March is still in a "dangerous state" with raised drain lids, potholes and kerbs sticking out - three years after work on a housing development was complete.
More than £1 million has been invested into Whittlesey's water mains to prevent burst pipes, low pressure and interruptions to customers.
The Great Crested Newt - also known as the 'warty newt' because of its resemblance to a mini dinosaur - has introduced itself into the fight to stop 40 homes being built in March.
Around 40 jobs are thought to be at risk following the sudden closure of West Norfolk electrical contractor Bloom and Wake Electrical.