We are Purchasing a Bloor home, Glos. We have had our pre-occupation inspection , just 1 week before our fixed completion date 29th May. The standard of work is HORRENDUS. The builders have clearly bodged everything, they have forced a double oven into a single housing unit, the oven has buckled and been dented.... The only light switch to the kitchen lights in is the lounge.... The window frames are damaged, split.... The bath sealant is non existent.... The whole house needs redecorating full of grubby marks, pencil marks, stains.... The stone lintels are chipped and cracked... The kitchen windows don't shut... The stairs hand rail is a cheap b&q fix not the Ash specification... The roof tiles are chipped and not aligned... The doors are not sealed with mastic... The garage door frame is balanced on half a tile.... The electric box is damaged... The French door step is cracked and damaged needs replacing... The timber window cills are cracked and falling off... The bottom layer of stone work to the house and garage is completed saturated potential foundation or ground water issues.... And finally.... There are large cavities around fascia boards which do not sit flush with the house. We have complained and writted a 5 page complaint letter and Bloor have now mastic'd all of the fascia boards - and bodged all of the broken items!! The standard of work is appalling. We don't want to complete with the house as it stands, it isn't worth the money we are paying and we will need to spend thousands on it to rectify the awful workmanship. The rest of the development is in fair order but our house looks like a joke. What rights do we have to delay completion until the invasive works are done? They will not accept there are problems, they have told us the product is finished!! but you wouldn't buy a brand new car with a dent in it, why can they get away with it. Please help ! who can we go to for an independent view of whether we are being treated correctly or what action should we take?