Making a Complaint
If you feel we’ve not delivered the service we should have done then we’d like to be the first to know. It’s only by knowing about where you feel something might have gone wrong that we can try and put right any mistakes.
Usually the best people to put matters right are the team responsible for delivering the service to you, so in the first instance we may try and resolve your complaint by asking that team to contact you and see if they can resolve your concerns.
If that’s not possible we’ll deal with your complaint formally and send you a written response detailing what we can do. We can’t always do exactly what you want us to do, but we’ll try our best to help you.
We’re a member of the Housing Ombudsman Scheme and we’re committed to its Complaint Handling Code. This means you can be reassured that if we can’t resolve your complaint there’s an independent body who can assess how we’ve dealt with your concerns.
The Ombudsman will not usually investigate a complaint until our internal complaints process has been completed, however you can contact them at any time to assist you throughout the complaints process. The Ombudsman will not consider all types of complaint and you do need to be in a tenant/landlord relationship with us.
Our complaints policy gives more information about this and our complaints procedure summary, together with our complaints service promise, explains what you can expect from us if you make a complaint.
To tell us about your experience, please complete the form below. If you provide us with a valid email address, we’ll automatically acknowledge your complaint and include what you’ve told us on the form so you have a record of what you’ve said. We’ll also let you know how you can send additional information to support your complaint, for example any photos you may have.