We've just moved into a Victorian Terrace and noticed that the kitchen seemed damp. We had a damp person in who stripped the kitchen right back and put in a new damp proof course. It was just before Christmas when the bad snow was around so it took ages for the plaster to dry and after waiting about three weeks we just went for it and fitted the kitchen. Now we have mould in a couple of places in the kitchen - behind the cooker and in one of the corners of the room. I don't know whether this is because it hadn't dried properly or because the damp proofing wasn't done properly - but either way I don't really know what to do about it. Can anyone please offer any advice?