In recent weeks the INNSA Steering Group members have met with a number of different stakeholders, ranging from the Building Societies Association and individual mortgage lenders, to trade bodies such as the HBF and NHBC. In every case there has been a warm reception for the INNS Code and the rigorous approach that INNSA has taken to setting demanding standards for the invasives industry.

The model of Independent regulation for the INNS Code by the PCCB and on-site inspections by BASIS under the Amenity Assured scheme is unique in the invasives remediation industry and offers peace of mind to consumers and property professionals.

With independent redress that is EU Alternative Dispute Resolution compliant, and insurance backed warranties, clients of INNSA members can be confident in choosing INNS Code subscribers to remediate their properties.