If the repairs are done badly there may be something that you can do about it, depending on how the repairs were arranged.
If the environmental health department or the court ordered your landlord to do the work and it is not up to standard, you can go back to the council or the court and ask them to force your landlord to do the work properly.
If your landlord has done the work voluntarily, it may be more difficult to get the work done to the standard you want. The landlord is usually only responsible for carrying out the repair, not for improving the property. Report the problems to your landlord again, then give them time to put things right before going on to take further action.
If the repairs have damaged any of your personal belongings or made the accommodation dangerous, you may be able to take your landlord to court for compensation or to get an order that s/he carries out the work. You will probably need help from an adviser, as the process is complicated. If the accommodation is dangerous, contact your local council’s environmental health department immediately.