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SafeGlaze UK in administration – Information for consumers.

SafeGlaze UK in administration – Information for consumers.

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From: The DGCOS Advice Team. If you would like to see how this directly impacted one of our enquiries read our Case Study article here. If you would like to leave us your feedback on your experience with SafeGlaze pre and post administration, please feel free to fill out our SafeGlaze feedback form: Feedback Form It was announced on Tuesday 30th October 2018 that NIAMAC Developments Ltd, trading …
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SafeGlaze UK in Administration- Consumer Case Study

SafeGlaze UK in Administration- Consumer Case Study

If you have been affected by SafeGlaze UK going into administration and would like to share your story – Please fill out the following feedback from – SafeGlaze UK Feedback Form. For more information on your consumer rights if you have been affected please read: https://www.dgcos.org.uk/news/safeglaze-uk-in-administration It was announced on Tuesday 30th October 2018 that NIAMAC Developments…

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JOIN THE HIGHWAYS ENGLAND NOISE REDUCTION SCHEME

JOIN THE HIGHWAYS ENGLAND NOISE REDUCTION SCHEME

Part of a £39m special fund, Highways England have established a noise insulation scheme, which will see homeowners across the country (whose properties are affected by road noise) offered free noise reduction works.Noise important areas:There are approximately 3,830 areas in England that are adjacent to major roads. Properties which fall within one of these “Noise Important Areas” and experi…

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Why Alternative Dispute Resolution Matters

Why Alternative Dispute Resolution Matters

Installing windows, doors and conservatories is a complex business, one which homeowners don’t always appreciate. We’re dealing with the very fabric of a building here and – especially when installing replacements – every fitter can tell you horror stories of the unexpected problems they’ve found when old windows have been removed. On top of that, there are more people involved in a wind…

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Are You Really Complying With The Consumer Contracts Regulations? Part 2

Are You Really Complying With The Consumer Contracts Regulations? Part 2

This is the second in a series (read part 1 here) of blogs we are publishing about the CCRs (officially known as The Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013). Our aim is to help enable installers to comply with the legislation, avoid potential fines and potentially losing money from the cancellation of orders where a consumer could use “loopholes”…

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