Time to tackle rogue developers

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Like many parts of the country, North Shropshire has been affected by rogue developers. Dozens of local residents have been forced to fork out thousands of pounds after rogue developers left essential infrastructure unfinished, including sewers and feeder roads.

Helen Morgan is campaigning for a law change that would protect homebuyers by making sure all the required infrastructure is in place before new properties are built.This would prevent dodgy developers from selling properties and disappearing before infrastructure is complete.

Back Helen's campaign to change the law below and sign her petition to the Secretary of State.


Helen Morgan

Petition to Stop Rogue Developers

We back Helen Morgan's campaign for a law change that would protect homebuyers from rogue developers and make sure infrastructure is in place before new properties are built.

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