Customers described today their frustrating failures to get justice after building jobs went badly wrong, leaving them tens of thousands of pounds out-of-pocket.
Delays to allotments promised by a housing developer has cost a village thousands of pounds in legal fees and lost rent, according to councillors.
Hundreds of families in Norfolk have been removed from their homes by a controversial law which the Government now wants to ban.
A couple fear they will have to move out of their home for a third time after repair works failed to fix problems.
People moving into new homes are regularly facing a swathe of problems with their properties, which are then not being dealt with quickly enough by developers, an investigation has found.
Earlier this year the government pledged to ban the controversial Section 21 notice, which gives landlords the power to evict tenants.
Proposals have been lodged to change plans for a bowling green to tennis courts as part of a controversial scheme to build homes in a Norfolk village.
Frustrated campaigners said they will fight proposals to build a second traveller site in a small Norfolk village.