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    Shelly24,

    It is not for you to contact Taylor Wimpey. Their obligation is to the housing association, not you. By contacting them, you are muddying the water. My gut feeling is that is a standard tenancy agreement which should have been altered.

    My niece lives in a HA property and has the same clause. However, she has a top floor flat. Her tenancy agreement excludes the loft. She does not have an access hatch. The access hatch to the loft is outside in a communal hallway and it is padlocked securely shut.

    If you was not permitted to store things in your loft, I am sure there would be no open access for you.

    In regards to who pays for damages, I guess you claim off of your insurance.

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