Hi. Moved into our new build 6 months ago and I've noticed some oddities. Some may be normal and just the ignorance of me, a layman. But I'd be interested in the views of anyone with more experience than I as to whether there is anything serious in amongst this little lot. Just to be clear, there are multiple examples of each issue below all over the house. Not just confined to what you see in the photo. 1. Bricks with literally no mortar between them in the lower courses of each wall. 2. Bricks with very little mortar up to the edges. 3. Bricks with crumbling mortar 4. Plastic pegs in mortar with little mortar around them 5. Cracked bricks 6. Cracks in stone (It's actually Bekstone, not a natural product) 7. Bricks with loose or broken facings. 9. Mortar beneath window sills is crumbling and breaking down 10. Mastic around window and door seals poorly placed and cracking leaving gaps. 11. Roof verge is so narrow on gable ends that when it rains, the rain drips constantly onto the plastic window sills below sounding like a machine gun. Also runs down the walls. 12. Steel lintel edges can be seen above tops of window frames. 13. Steel lintel above French doors and brickwork above that appears to be bowing slightly in the middle. 14. Stone boundary walls have caps on them with such a narrow overhang, rain water pours down the walls. 15. When in the loft outside can be seen between the bottom of the last run of tiles and tops of the front walls - Roof interior has thick gauze-like membrane fabric attached to it that blows in the wind. Loft is cold. I'm assuming it's designed to be a "cold roof". Just as a layman, I'm surprised to be able to see daylight 16. Brick walls don't appear to be laid straight with some bricks protruding along their length and height further than those adjacent to them and differences in mortar width. What do you think? Is this acceptable. Are there any serious issues? Thanks!"