Allocations archive 2016-2017


Archive has 316 results

  • Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council (16 005 249)

    Report Upheld Allocations 29-Mar-2017

    Summary: A man complains that the county council and borough council did not support him to move out of residential care to live independently in the community with adequate support.

  • London Borough of Waltham Forest (16 009 329)

    Statement Closed after initial enquiries Allocations 29-Mar-2017

    Summary: The Ombudsman cannot investigate Ms B's complaint about the suitability of her temporary accommodation. Complaints about anti-social behaviour by the other residents are the responsibility of the landlord, which is not the Council.

  • London Borough of Tower Hamlets (16 006 012)

    Statement Upheld Allocations 24-Mar-2017

    Summary: The Council has considered Mr J's mental health difficulties and living conditions when making its final decision on his medical priority. It applied its policy correctly, so the Ombudsman will not question its decision.

  • London Borough Of Brent (16 010 013)

    Statement Upheld Allocations 24-Mar-2017

    Summary: Mr X and his family of seven live in a one bedroom flat and suffer from statutory overcrowding. He complained there were failings in the way the Council dealt with his housing application. There was some fault by the Council. However, the fault did not lead to an injustice to Mr X.

  • London Borough of Tower Hamlets (16 014 059)

    Statement Not upheld Allocations 24-Mar-2017

    Summary: The Council has assessed Ms B's priority for housing in line with its housing allocations scheme and considered the medical information she provided. Therefore, the Ombudsman has not found fault.

  • London Borough of Waltham Forest (16 004 035)

    Statement Upheld Allocations 22-Mar-2017

    Summary: The Council awarded appropriate priority to Miss X's housing application but delayed reviewing it at a Social Needs Panel. The Council also delayed carrying out repairs to Miss X's temporary accommodation. The Council will now take Miss X's case to the next Social Needs Panel. It will also pay her £400 for her time and trouble getting repairs done and the extra energy costs caused by delays in repairing her heating.

  • Wiltshire Council (16 001 363)

    Statement Not upheld Allocations 22-Mar-2017

    Summary: There are no grounds to criticise the way the Council dealt with Mr C's housing situation. It provided him with appropriate advice and assistance when he was served with a notice to quit.

  • Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council (16 011 459)

    Statement Not upheld Allocations 21-Mar-2017

    Summary: The Council considered the evidence available and Mrs D's particular circumstances when making a judgement on her banding date for its housing register. I consider its final decision was fair and reasonable, so I have not found fault.

  • London Borough of Hillingdon (16 011 622)

    Statement Not upheld Allocations 20-Mar-2017

    Summary: The Council applied its policy on ten years' residency in the borough when deciding Miss A should be excluded from its housing register. She has been disadvantaged by having no fixed address, but there was no administrative fault with the Council's decision.

  • Dartford Borough Council (16 017 328)

    Statement Closed after initial enquiries Allocations 20-Mar-2017

    Summary: The Ombudsman will not investigate Ms B's complaint the Council falsely advertised she would pay less council tax if she downsized her property. The extra council tax Ms B must pay is not due to fault by the Council.