The Association of Home Information Pack Providers has warned that the move could lead to job losses in parts of the property industry and has called on HIPs to be replaced by a legal or exchange-ready pack.
What does AHIPP stand for?
AHIPP stands for Association of Home Information Pack Providers (UK)
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See other definitions of AHIPP
- Academy of Health Information Professionals
- America’s Health Insurance Plans
- Army Helicopter Improvement Program
- ARPANET Host Interface Protocol
- ARPANET Host-IMP Protocol
- Association of Hearing Instrument Practitioners (Ontario, Canada)
- American Hellenic Institute Public Affairs Committee (Washington, DC)
- Auburn Hills Information Processing Center
- Association of Hearing Instrument Practitioners of Ontario (Canada)
- Adolescent Health in Pediatric Practice (American Academy of Pediatrics)
- Angus Herd Improvement Record (American Angus Association)
- Access to Health Insurance / Resources for Care
- Artists' Health Insurance Resource Center
- Asian Heart Institute and Research Center (Mumbai, India)
- Aetna Health Information Solutions (insurance)
- Al-Hekma International School (Bahrain)
- All Hands Interpreting Service, Inc. (est. 1999; Bloomington, MN)
- Animal Health Information Specialists
- Association of Heads of Independent Schools of Australia
- Alamo Heights Independent School District (Texas)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Association of Home Information Pack Providers (AHIPP) said as many as 3,000 jobs would go, and 10,000 more would be affected as a result of the suspension of HIPS.
Industry body, the Association of Home Information Pack Providers, is threatening legal action if the Government presses ahead with its plans.
HOME sellers should ask their estate agent for a Home Information Pack (HIP) that comes with the HIP Code logo to ensure a speedy and delay-free sale, says the Association of Home Information Pack Providers (AHIPP).
The Association of Home Information Pack Providers, which is overseeing the launch of the scheme, states that there will be plenty of assessors ready for June 1.
The successful recruitment in Liverpool is a welcome boost for the Association of Home Information Pack Providers (AHIPP), as criticism of home information packs (HIPs) grows.
According to the Association of Home Information Pack Providers, a HIP will contain a range of information about a property for sale including an EPC, standard searches and evidence of title.
The Association of Home Information Pack Providers (AHIPP) has welcomed the legal body's commitment to the scheme.