The athletes' village is due to officially open on Thursday and it's expected to be home to 7,000 sportsmen and women during the Games.
The collapsed footbridge near the Games' main stadium
But the England team have said that urgent work needs to be done and Scottish officials described the flats they were given as "unsafe and unfit for human habitation".
Several countries have said they'd rather put their athletes in hotels - and there are even suggestions from New Zealand's Dave Currie that the Games might have to be cancelled if conditions don't improve.
Commonwealth Games Federation president Michael Fennell has written to the Indian government to express his concern about the situation.
Organisers have insisted that hygiene levels at the athletes' village would be upgraded to meet expectations.