Residents on a Lancashire estate have slammed house builders Redrow, saying roof tiles have fallen off homes they built for the third time in two years.

Homeowners in the Old Lane Park area of Penwortham say dozens of homes on the estate suffered roof damage when gales battered the county last week.

Amazingly, no-one was injured by the falling tiles, but the complaints are the latest in a catalogue of grievances against the quality of roofs on Redrow homes.

Fred Walmsley, 40, lives with partner Nicola Webb, 43, and four children in a £250,000 detached home on the estate. Six ridge tiles came off his roof in the storm.

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