2010 Persimmon Homes Blog

Charles Church, more unhappy customers reported.

Posted on: August 26, 2009

http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G1-173009797.html

To quote the article linked to above — “LUXURY houses in an exclusive Borders development are blighted by shoddy workmanship, home owners told The Southern this week.

And they say posh builders Charles Church don’t want to know about it.

One home owner in the Heiton development has sent more than 100 emails and a solicitor’s letter to the Durham-based developers.

But Charles Church, part of Britain’s biggest building company, Persimmon Homes, say they don’t know anything about it.” —

Read the full story http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G1-173009797.html

Seems to me, somethings never change.

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2 Responses to "Charles Church, more unhappy customers reported."

what are you talking about?????

I think that’s self-explanatory. Can you be more specific in your question?
One is new to blogging, and also one realises the threat against home owners that complain (about the quality of homes and the problems encountered with customer service) in a public interest manner, will potentially be devaluing thier home, and potentially upsetting other home owners that wish to keep any issues quiet for the same reasons.

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  • Bob: Perhaps the New Home Builders are enjoying the econmic climate a bit TOO MUCH :(
  • M. Farley: Walked around a new Charles Church Show Home last week, and found same issues discussed above, noisy bouncy floors. when will they fix this? From read
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