A Norfolk man is threatening a housing association with legal action due to mould and extreme condensation in his parents' home. 

Lee Tuddenham said Victory Homes had "failed spectacularly" in its "duty of care" for his parents, who live at a retirement complex in Lee Warner Avenue, Fakenham.

It comes just days after a coroner ruled exposure to mould had led to the death of Rochdale two-year-old Awaab Ishak from a respiratory condition. 

Mr Tuddenham initially took to social media to vent his frustrations over the conditions at his parents' bungalow. 

He shared two videos on Twitter which demonstrated the amount of condensation dripping from their windows in the space of just one night. 

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Victory Homes - part of the Flagship Group - replied directly to his tweets stating the situation was "not acceptable", adding: "None of our tenants should have to deal with this every morning."

The company did not respond to this newspaper's requests for comment, but Mr Tuddenham said it had organised for a surveyor to visit on Monday (November 21). 

His parents, who do not wish to be named, say they have experienced issues with mould since moving to Lee Warner Avenue eight years ago, and now remove a litre of water from their windows every day. 

Fakenham & Wells Times: Lee Tuddenham took to Twitter to voice his frustration against Victory Housing Lee Tuddenham took to Twitter to voice his frustration against Victory Housing (Image: Lee Tuddenham)

"I have been fearing something similar [to Awaab Ishak] might happen to my dad since they moved in," said 

"My father has bad mental health problems, as well as bronchiectasis, and this whole situation has had a devastating effect on his mental wellbeing. 

"I thought Victory, as a housing association, had a duty of care for their tenants. If they do, then they have failed spectacularly."

Mr Tuddenham's parents, both in their 60s, said staff from Victory Homes had visited five times in the past 12 months to clean up water and mould damage.

Fakenham & Wells Times: Mould at Lee Tuddenham's parents home in FakenhamMould at Lee Tuddenham's parents home in Fakenham (Image: Lee Tuddenham)

However, mould is now starting to show through the anti-fungal paint which was only applied in the summer. 

Mr Tuddenham said a surveyor advised last year that the property needed new windows. 

He added: "My father is so deflated. It is absolutely devastating. 

"If this affects my father's physical health, I will be starting litigation proceedings against Flagship and Victory no matter what the cost."