This Land Joins NHQB for Enhanced New Home Quality and Consumer Protection

Cambridge-based property developer, This Land, has recently joined the New Homes Quality Board (NHQB), providing superior consumer protection for house buyers. With this accreditation, customers buying new homes in Cambridge and the surrounding areas from This Land will benefit from the New Homes Quality Code’s high standards of build quality and customer care.

For those seeking sustainable and affordable housing in Cambridgeshire, This Land’s membership with NHQB ensures a significant level of customer satisfaction. If any issues arise, buyers have access to the New Homes Ombudsman Service for independent dispute resolution.

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Brenda Kibblewhite, Head of Sales and Marketing at This Land, emphasises the importance of this partnership: “Purchasing a home is a significant life event. We’re committed to delivering the best possible build quality and exceptional customer care. Our NHQB membership adds an extra layer of assurance for our customers.”

Prior to joining NHQB, This Land rigorously reviewed its processes to align with the New Homes Quality Code. The NHQB, an independent body, upholds high standards in the new homes sector and administers the New Homes Ombudsman Service to resolve buyer disputes.

This Land provides housing across Cambridgeshire and the surrounding counties with a focus on sustainability and affordability. 

This Land’s current projects include, Spiregrass Square in Over and The Acacias in Landbeach. Upcoming developments include Coppice Park in Brampton, Millstone Park in Burwell, and Eddeva Park in South-East Cambridge.

Discover more about This Land and its commitment to quality housing at This Land’s official website.

For more details on This Land’s NHQB accreditation, contact Tom Govan at 07770 579737 or email