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https://www.daventryexpress.co.uk/news/residents-of-woodford-halse-to-consider-legal-challenge-over-claims-of-poorly-built-new-homes-1-8511998

 

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Works for me. Residents allege "waterlogged gardens with uneven ground, exposed cabling, squeaky floorboards and doors that don't fit in their frames"

But what the hell do they expect for a lousy few hundred thousand

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thought of something else

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Work colleague has just moved into a £377k new build by Miller Homes, and it is just shockingly poor, he's got quite the epic list of complaints including windows falling out, light fittings falling out, kitchen cupboards all squint, leak in  kitchen now causing mould, damaged shower tray, very low water pressure, poorly finished tiling and walls, back garden is just uneven ballast, so many items not matching order or missing, telephone sockets unusable as not fitted properly... the list really does go on and on. He reckons he's also going to have to go down the legal route. 

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8 hours ago, Barnsey said:

Work colleague has just moved into a £377k new build by Miller Homes, and it is just shockingly poor, he's got quite the epic list of complaints including windows falling out, light fittings falling out, kitchen cupboards all squint, leak in  kitchen now causing mould, damaged shower tray, very low water pressure, poorly finished tiling and walls, back garden is just uneven ballast, so many items not matching order or missing, telephone sockets unusable as not fitted properly... the list really does go on and on. He reckons he's also going to have to go down the legal route. 

Similar experiance with a colleague recently moing into a £300k (two bed terraced) Barratt home. Lost count now how many times they've had to be home for someone to come round and fix something.

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9 hours ago, Barnsey said:

Work colleague has just moved into a £377k new build by Miller Homes, and it is just shockingly poor, he's got quite the epic list of complaints including windows falling out, light fittings falling out, kitchen cupboards all squint, leak in  kitchen now causing mould, damaged shower tray, very low water pressure, poorly finished tiling and walls, back garden is just uneven ballast, so many items not matching order or missing, telephone sockets unusable as not fitted properly... the list really does go on and on. He reckons he's also going to have to go down the legal route. 

Sounds good enough for a rental bruv? Chuck some unsuspecting hardworking family in there, buy another one, any good keep it for yourself, same again then same again.

The benefits of this approach are you end up with the best House yourself to live in, PLUS you get to increase the value of your own props any time you buy another one AS LONG as you remember to outbid your past self.

As we say in the game... ker CHINGA!! 

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