Furious homeowners pay £300k for ‘dream home’ but are still living on ‘building site’ five years on


HOMEOWNERS have been left livid after forking out £300,000 for their “dream” properties – but are still living on a “building site” five years on.

Roads and pavements have been left unfinished all through the neighbourhood, with locals saying they’ve been ignored regardless of repeated protests, in response to YorkshireLive.

Homeowners had been left livid over unfinished roads on the propertyCredit: Tony Earnshaw/LDRS

New prospects living on the Amberwood Chase property in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire are urgent the council to place stress on Harron Homes, who constructed the event.

Local resident Mark Solomons moved into his four-bed indifferent dwelling in July 2020 after paying higher than £300,000 for the property. He was urged that the ultimate phrase resurfacing work would happen “early in the new year”.

The businessman has emailed Harron Homes higher than 20 occasions but the freeway is but to be completely completed, leaving folks’s vehicles broken by potholes.

The company talked concerning the delay was ensuing from a difficulty with the drainage and freeway contractor.

Mr Solomons, 57, talked about: “We are living all through the remnants of a organising internet web page. It’s an incomplete property due to the shambles that the freeway is in. It is an eyesore.

“Their response has been insufficient in motion and in phrases. They have used Covid as a motive to be incompetent.

“The roads and pavements need completing. There are a disgrace and an embarrassment.”

He talked about his neighbours are all pissed off and one has threatened to withhold paying council tax moreover the council areas stress on Harron Homes to complete the work.

Dewsbury MP Mark Eastwood opened a debate all through the House of Commons closing week on tackling house-builders “who entice residents into buying their dream homes only for it to become a nightmare as they are left abandoned once they have moved in”.

A spokesperson from Harron Homes Yorkshire talked about: “The handover of our growth to the native authorities has been made additional powerful this 12 months as a result of restrictions on entry being imposed in the midst of the pandemic.

“We are currently arranging contractors to complete the roadworks at Amberwood Chase and expect the work to commence in October. We thank our customers for their patience during this time.”

Dewsbury MP Mark Eastwood and community campaigner Keith Mallinson have raised concerns about the state of the roads in the neighbourhood
Dewsbury MP Mark Eastwood and neighborhood campaigner Keith Mallinson have raised factors relating to the state of the roads all through the neighbourhoodCredit: Tony Earnshaw/LDRS
Residents are urging the council to put pressure on Harron Homes
Residents are urging the council to place stress on Harron HomesCredit: Tony Earnshaw/LDRS

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