Persimmon - Leasehold Homes

Robert has been acting on behalf of many local residents in the Badbury Park area who believe that they have been mis-sold leasehold properties by Persimmon Homes.


3rd September 2020

All meeting slots for residents with Persimmon on 18th September are now fully booked. However, I can still raise your individual case via email with Julian Roper, Managing Director at Persimmon.  If you would like me to do this on your behalf, please get in touch via email stating your full name and address and including any evidence you have of mis-selling to 

26th August 2020

Over the past year or so, I have been acting on behalf of many local residents in the Badbury Park area who believe that they have been mis-sold leasehold properties by Persimmon Homes.

I have been pressing Persimmon for a residents meeting for many months and following the appointment of Julian Roper as Director in Charge for Persimmon in July, Persimmon finally agreed to this request.

Due to COVID 19, and GDPR it was agreed that these meetings will take place on an individual basis rather than a group meeting, at the Persimmon show home in Badbury Park on Friday 18th Sept.  I will also be present at these meetings to represent and support local residents.

Due to high demand for meetings, all slots are now fully booked, however, Julian Roper from Persimmon has agreed to review any individual cases where a resident has been unable to book a slot.

I have also requested a public Zoom meeting with Persimmon which Julian Roper has turned down.  This is disappointing news.

I was pleased last year when the Ministry of Housing, Community and Local Government announced that all new build homes will be sold as Freehold in a move to tackle unfair Leasehold practices.  This is a step in the right direction; however, it does not solve the issues for the many residents, including those in Badbury Park, who have already purchased a Leasehold home. 

I have written to the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, The Rt Hon Robert Jenrick MP, on behalf of local residents and asked him what can be done from a government point of view to help those residents who have already purchased a Leasehold property.

I will continue to work hard and do all I can to assist residents with this issue.

You can find all updates on this issue on my website here


6 August 2020

 Julian Roper, the new South West Managing Director of Persimmon, has agreed to meet me and local residents to discuss Leasehold cases.
Due to COVID-19, these meetings will be on an individual basis at the Persimmon Show Home in Badbury Park on the afternoon of Friday, 18th September, from 1pm.
We have 14 slots, which will be offered to residents on a first-come, first-served basis. These slots will be no longer than 20 minutes per resident.
If there is more demand than slots, we will look at organising a further date for residents.
If you would like to book a slot, please get in touch with your request, full contact details and all evidence of mis-selling by emailing
Please note that due to COVID 19, you will be unable to bring any paperwork on the day and this must be supplied in advance.

13th July 2020

“I have been informed that Julian Roper has now been promoted to Director in Charge for Persimmon (Wessex) Homes following Richard Briggs the previous Managing Director leaving Persimmons on the 30th June.
“Following this news, I have contacted Persimmon and requested a meeting with Julian Roper as soon as possible,in order to further discuss all of the leasehold cases I have outstanding on behalf of local residents.
“I remain fully committed to pursuing Persimmon for a resolution on behalf of residents.”

2 April 2020

Following a phone call with Steve Roche (Group Communications & Customer Relationship Director) and Richard Briggs (Regional Managing Director), Persimmon have agreed to a residents meeting with Robert moderating later during the year, once the current Coronavirus restrictions are lifted.

In the meantime, Persimmon have agreed to examine all individual cases sent to them by Robert. If you would like Robert to send your case, please get in touch with him by emailing and include the word “Persimmon” in the subject heading of your email.  

Please make sure that you also include your full name and address, and as many details as possible about why you feel that you have been mis-sold. If you have any evidence documented, please attach this to your email, as a clear photograph.

Robert remains committed to pursuing Persimmon for a resolution on behalf of residents.