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In the early 1980s, a fire occurred inside a Airey house which caused extensive damage. Most of the internal wall materials had been destroyed leaving the PRC structure exposed to reveal a number of worrying [Read More]

Defective Housing Act 1985, Featured 0

Reema (Hollow Panel) Type PRC Houses Classified as being ‘Defective’ by the Secretary of State under Part XVI of the Housing Act 1985, unless subject to approved repair. Manufactured by Reema Ltd, it is understood [Read More]

cp, Defective Housing Act 1985, Precast Concrete Houses 0

Airey House – Classified as defective by the Secretary of State under Part XVI of the Housing Act 1985.  The Airey House design was developed by Leeds-based builder, Sir Edwin Airey in the aftermath of [Read More]

Defective Housing Act 1985, Precast Concrete Houses 0

BISF Steel Frame House – Defective or Not? Following the post war housing shortage of the 1940’s, thousands of homes were built across the width and breadth of the country using a range of new [Read More]

Defective Housing Act 1985, Q&A's 0

Are Nottingham Intermediaries rejecting your BISF Mortgage applications based on incorrect information? When applying for your BISF mortgage there are certain things that you would expect. You would expect mortgage brokers or intermediaries to be [Read More]

Buying & Selling, Mortgage & Insurance 1

 Frequently Asked Questions BISF Houses.   We frequently see BISF related questions being asked on various forums and websites across the internet. Many of the answers provided albeit with good intent, are  often completely wrong [Read More]

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