Land archive 2015-2016


Archive has 61 results

  • Kingston upon Hull City Council (15 009 264)

    Statement Upheld Land 31-Mar-2016

    Summary: There is no fault in the way the Council reached its decision to turn land at the rear of Mr X's property into allotments. There was delay in the Council painting fencing around the allotments but this has not caused Mr X an injustice.

  • Stafford Borough Council (15 012 974)

    Statement Not upheld Land 30-Mar-2016

    Summary: Mr X says the Council did not comply with the requirements of the Localism Act when it sought to dispose of a piece of land it owns. The Ombudsman has closed this complaint because she does not find fault by the Council.

  • Carlisle City Council (15 013 271)

    Statement Not upheld Land 29-Mar-2016

    Summary: I do not uphold Mr C's complaint about the Council's disposal of an area of land as I have found no evidence of fault in the way it dealt with his interest.

  • Lincolnshire County Council (15 019 348)

    Statement Closed after initial enquiries Land 18-Mar-2016

    Summary: The Ombudsman will not investigate Mrs B's late complaint about the Council failing to offer enough under part 1 of the Land Compensation Act 1973 for the impact of a road on her home. It would be reasonable for her to refer the matter to the Upper Tribunal as provided in law, and the Ombudsman cannot achieve anything for Mrs B by considering separately any delay.

  • London Borough Of Brent (15 002 975)

    Statement Not upheld Land 17-Mar-2016

    Summary: The Council's records show the offer made to Mr B for his property was based on a market valuation. I have not found any fault in the process or the way the Council considered his complaint. I have completed my investigation.

  • Derbyshire County Council (15 012 961)

    Statement Not upheld Land 29-Feb-2016

    Summary: The Council accepts it left non-degradable bagging material on Mr X's land and failed to properly incorporate the silt. It is working with him to agree a schedule of works to rectify the problem as well as considering a compensation claim.

  • Manchester City Council (15 015 555)

    Statement Closed after initial enquiries Land 17-Feb-2016

    Summary: Ms A and Mr B say the Council improperly transferred the lease on a building. The Ombudsman will not investigate this complaint as the complaint is late and she has not seen any good reasons to exercise her discretion to investigate.

  • Greater Manchester Police & Crime Commissioner (15 015 556)

    Statement Closed after initial enquiries Land 17-Feb-2016

    Summary: Ms A and Mr B say the Commissioner improperly arrange to transfer the lease on a building. The Ombudsman will not investigate this complaint as the complaint is late and she has not seen any good reasons to exercise her discretion to investigate

  • Birmingham City Council (15 013 465)

    Statement Closed after initial enquiries Land 12-Feb-2016

    Summary: Mrs Y complains the Council misled her about a piece of land she bought from it. The Ombudsman will not investigate as it is reasonable to expect Mrs Y to take legal action against the Council. The complaint is therefore outside the Ombudsman's legal remit.

  • South Gloucestershire Council (14 014 034)

    Statement Upheld Land 11-Feb-2016

    Summary: The Council and complainant have now agreed about the maintenance of a fence so I do not need to investigate further.

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