AHIPP

AcronymDefinition
AHIPPAssociation of Home Information Pack Providers (UK)
AHIPPAdolescent Health in Pediatric Practice (American Academy of Pediatrics)
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Mike Ockenden, director general of AHIPP, said: "The HIP Code sets out minimum standards of compliance and transparency and ensures stringent regulation and redress for all those who obtain their HIPs through a registered provider..
"Some of the largest estate agents in the country (who are members of AHIPP) tell us that Hips are not the cause of problems in today's housing market."
Mike Ockenden, director general of AHIPP, said: "This essential testing will ensure the packs effectively achieve their goals of dramatically improving the house buying and selling process for all involved."
Paul Broadhead, deputy director general of AHIPP, said: 'While criticism from a number of industry bodies cannot be ignored, we have in fact received a hugely positive response in the first six roll-out locations from both industry and consumers.'
"AHIPP's early roll out of packs has seen estate agents, pack providers and home inspectors from across the country sign up to make packs available - allowing customers in the six locations to sample packs ahead of next June.
The Association of Home Information Pack Providers (AHIPP) says the locations for the test project offered "a good mix of housing stock and a fair representation in terms of both supply and demand".
"All our members' packs will be authenticated with the AHIPP logo and an independent compliance board has been set up to monitor the performance of providers.
Mike Ockenden, director general of the Association of Home Information Pack Providers (AHIPP), says, 'We would be very disappointed if HCRs are not a compulsory part of HIPs within two years.'
Paul Broadhead, deputy director-general of the Association of Home Information Pack Providers (AHIPP), went on to claim that "unnecessary panic" was being created across the housing market.
The Association of Home Information Pack Providers (AHIPP), however, remains determined to extend the pilot scheme to Coventry, Hereford and the Marches.
However, the scheme has been welcomed by director of Dickinson Dees ( who are members of AHIPP ( John Cook, who said the test pilot was a coup for the region.