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Image caption Karen says her driveway is sinking The surveyor concluded the house was "not fit for habitation" and some parts were "unsafe". He also questioned how inspectors could have signed it off. When contacted by the BBC, Bovis apologised to Karen "that she did not receive the quality that she and her family deserved and rightly expected". The company said work to rectify the issues with Karen's house had stalled at different stages this year because she had not given authority for them to proceed. Karen said she had stopped some work from going ahead because - on advice from her independent surveyor - she was not happy with the way Bovis had proposed to carry out the repairs. Bovis said it is absolutely determined to deliver a quality home and is confident that the works it has proposed will achieve that. It added that it had made "significant changes" to how it operated in the past 12 months - including reducing the number of homes it planned to build. Karen is not alone in her experiences. The Victoria Derbyshire programme has spoken to many people with similar issues, who bought from various housebuilders. Defects, referred to as "snags" in the industry, included holes in the roof, badly fitted windows and doors, cracks in the walls, toilets overflowing with sewage, damp and mould, and sloping floors - all occurring within 12 months of residents moving in.http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-42396938
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The administration is making these moves in defiance of the business community. The Chamber of Commerce, National Association of Home Builders and other groups have lobbied to keep TPS workers. The groups say the workers are playing a big role in recovery efforts following hurricanes Harvey and Irma and the California wildfires. "I have worked on TPS issues for a long time and I have never known industry to come out in support of TPS workers really in these kind of numbers ever before," says Royce Murray, policy director for the American Immigration Council, which is advocating on behalf of the workers. After Hurricane, Texas School Tries To Meet Demand For Construction Workers The issue has united groups normally in opposition — the left and right, industry and labor. Alex Nowrasteh, an immigration policy analyst for the libertarian Cato Institute, says there is no economic justification for ending TPS. "These workers are not competing with very many Americans in the labor force," he says. "The economy is growing very rapidly in the United States. American firms and consumers want to employ these folks." Nowrasteh says forcing workers to sell their homes or work underground would have other business impacts: The workers would make less in wages, have little access to loans, and therefore spend less on goods and services.
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