CCHB

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AcronymDefinition
CCHBComplete Congenital Heart Block (rheumatology)
CCHBConsumer Code for Home Builders (UK)
CCHBCommunauté de Communes de la Haute-Bigorre (French: Community of Communes of Haute-Bigorre; Bagnères de Bigorre, France)
CCHBCobequid Community Health Board (Nova Scotia, Canada)
CCHBCoop Castors Habitat Bourgogne (French: Burgundy Beaver Habitat Co-Op)
CCHBCongenital Complete Heart Blocks
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In fact Mactaggart & Mickel go above and beyond the guidelines of the new Consumer Code for Home Builders and also include two years' complimentary after-sales care.
Since April 2010, many buyers also get extra protection through the provisions of the Consumer Code for Home Builders.
"For added peace of mind, there's also a 10-year warranty and the protection of the Consumer Code for Home Builders.
Consumer Code for home builders - the code gives protection and rights to purchasers of new homes.
With the industry, the NHBC has developed the 'Consumer Code for Home Builders'.
A: "Quality has been a real focus at Homes for Scotland, particularly in relation to the Consumer Code for Home Builders. We've also been heavily involved in the Scottish Government review of the planning system to help ensure our country has the homes and great places it needs."
We are always looking for ways in which we can improve the service we offer our residents and have recently incorporated the new Consumer Code for Home Builders (2010) into our Customer Charter which sets out the company's standards of good practice."
The new Consumer Code for Home Builders took effect on April 1.
From next month, there will be an additional benefit in the form of the Consumer Code for Home Builders.
In addition, the Consumer Code for Home Builders ensures the builder's responsibilities are clearly laid out from the beginning - helping to make the whole process more transparent for buyers.
MILLER Homes is welcoming the new Consumer Code for Home Builders, labelling it the 'rubberstamp' for best practice in customer service within the housebuilding industry.
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