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Government Consultation for New Homes Ombudsman
« on: February 26, 2018, 01:38:19 pm »
The government has finally launched its 8-week consultation into "Strengthening consumer redress in housing".
This is a golden opportunity for every new homebuyer to indicate in no uncertain terms, that an independent, statutory new homes ombudsman is badly needed.
The page in the link below gives a report on the consultation and highlights the questions and answers especially relevant to new homebuyers.
http://www.new-home-blog.co.uk/consultation-consumer-redress/

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Re: Government Consultation for New Homes Ombudsman
« Reply #1 on: April 03, 2018, 05:52:11 am »
Time is running out to complete this very important government consultation which could, if you follow the guidance in this article, lead to and force the government to set up an independent  New Homes Ombudsman.
This would benefit all new homebuyers as it would force all housebuilders to look inwards at what they do and what they don't do, in the full and certain knowledge that the balance of power has swung to the new homebuyer.

There are only 13 days left to complete the and the government is seeking the views of new homebuyers.
Please take just five minutes of your time to help change UK housebuilding for good.
Government Consultation Consumer Redress in Housing ends 16 April 2018!
New Home Blog - New Home Expert is committed to providing help and advice for people having issues with their new homes and difficulties with house builders as well as helping potential buyers reduce the risk of possible problems if they do buy.