To comply with the Housing Ombudsman Service, we use the following definition of a complaint:

'An expression of dissatisfaction, however made, about the standard of a service, actions or lack of action by the organisation, its own staff, or those acting on its behalf, affecting and individual resident or group of residents’.

We encourage you to get in touch with us about anything you’re not happy with as we can use this information to learn and understand where we’ve got things wrong and look to improve the situation.

You can get in touch with us by telephone, using our online services and Apps or in writing. Our contact details can be found here

Complaints help us learn and understand where we’ve gone wrong. We can then change how we work to make sure we don’t make the same mistake again. You also can trust us to take your feedback and use it to make us better.

We have carried out a self-assessment against the Housing Ombudsman’s most recent updates to their Complaint Handling Code.

Read our self-assessment

You can also find more information about our approach to complaint handling in the following publications:

What to do if we’re unable to resolve your complaint?

You can contact the Housing Ombudsman at any time during the complaint process for help and advice on whether our actions are fair and reasonable. 

If you remain dissatisfied with our response you can go direct to the Housing Ombudsman Service and they may be able to investigate how we dealt with the matter. The contact details for the Housing Ombudsman Service are:


Read more about the Housing Ombudsman Complaint handling code and scheme.