A PAIR has been mad at the botched driveway in his brand new 250,000-pound home – so small it can not even open the car door.
Saika Ali and husband Muazzam say they have "six months of hell" since buying their triple room in Great Barr, Birmingham.
Like the neighbors Zena and Paul Jones, the Ali family could not get out of their car because the driveway is still too small.
It was very narrow at the entrance and 2.48 m wide – and fits despite ongoing improvement work incredibly well to their BMW.
"This should be our dream home, but it has become a bloody nightmare," said 43-year-old vendor Muazzam to Birmingham Live.
"The ride was a total waste of space, a dead room, you can not get out of the car because you would have hit the wall.
The ride was a complete waste of space. A dead room, you can not get out of your car because you hit the wall
"It's too small, we paid a hell of a lot for this house, our first home together because we rented for two years."
Even the garage in the back of the new building is too small to fit in their car.
43-year-old Saika had to take 20 days off to solve problems with the "complete disaster" on her doorstep.
And she has accused the developer of allowing workers to start at 7am without informing them.
"They start working without telling me what they're doing – that's my house now, we own it, it's shocking."
Contractor Taylor Wimpey said the driveway is expected to be expanded to 2.7 meters in the coming days – but the Alis still say it still does not fit with their car.
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A spokesman for Taylor Wimpey said, "We are very sorry that Mr. and Ms. Ali had problems with the driveway in their new home.
"Corrective action is currently underway to address these issues and we apologize for any inconvenience this work might cause.
"We are determined to work with Mr. and Ms. Ali to resolve this issue as soon as possible."
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