Housing archive 2012-2013

Archive has 9 results

  • City of York Council (11 021 734)

    Report Upheld Private housing 11-Feb-2013

    Summary: City of York Council's provision of assistance on roofing works to a vulnerable elderly woman's home was inadequate.

  • Kettering Borough Council (11 011 766)

    Report Upheld Allocations 16-Jan-2013

    Summary: Kettering Borough Council's error cost a family a new home opposite the school attended by their son, who has special needs.

  • London Borough of Croydon (11 005 774)

    Report Upheld Homelessness 12-Dec-2012

    Summary: Croydon Council failed to offer suitable accommodation to a mother who had been violently attacked in her previous home

  • London Borough of Newham (11 022 307)

    Report Upheld Homelessness 27-Nov-2012

    Summary: There were flaws in the way the London Borough of Newham responded when a woman with a young son approached it for help with housing

  • London Borough of Newham (11 006 128)

    Report Upheld Allocations 29-Oct-2012

    Summary: London Borough of Newham delayed almost 18 months in cancelling a temporary tenancy when a tenant moved into permanent council accommodation.

  • City of York (11 018 683)

    Report Upheld Allocations 16-Oct-2012

    Summary: City of York Council moved a homeless family into a house that was overcrowded from the moment they moved in.

  • London Borough of Hounslow (11 008 191)

    Report Upheld Homelessness 28-Aug-2012

    Summary: London Borough of Hounslow delayed in assisting a homeless man with mental health issues.

  • Norwich City Council (10 008 447)

    Report Upheld Council house repairs 02-Aug-2012

    Summary: Norwich City Council failed to consider 'best value' when it decided to demolish a structurally unsound property and sell the site.

  • London Borough of Southwark (10 000 207)

    Report Upheld Homelessness 22-May-2012

    Summary: There were multiple failures by Southwark Council over the care and housing needs of an epileptic mother of two, registered blind.