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Housing archive 2015-2016


Archive has 4 results

  • London Borough of Houslow (13 014 921)

    Report Upheld Homelessness 23-Sep-2015

    Summary: Complaint from a woman about the way the council dealt with her when she was homeless. The council failed to provide her with accommodation while it made enquiries about her circumstances.

  • London Borough of Lambeth (14 012 297)

    Report Upheld Council house sales and leaseholders 14-Sep-2015

    Summary: Complaint from a woman about the continuing delay by the council in completing the sale to her of her home, and that it failed to keep her informed about how the sale was progressing.

  • South Oxfordshire District Council (14 010 196)

    Report Upheld Council house sales and leaseholders 26-Aug-2015

    Summary: Complaints from two women that the council did not fully inform them of the conditions attached to a section 157 restriction when they bought their properties. This meant they were not aware the council would only automatically grant consent to a future sale if the purchaser had a local connection

  • South Oxfordshire District Council (14 006 797)

    Report Upheld Council house sales and leaseholders 26-Aug-2015

    Summary: Complaints from two women that the council did not fully inform them of the conditions attached to a section 157 restriction when they bought their properties. This meant they were not aware the council would only automatically grant consent to a future sale if the purchaser had a local connection.