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Allocations archive 2016-2017


Archive has 5 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 Haringey (14 007 116 )

    Report Upheld Allocations 09-Aug-2016

    Summary: Complaint from a woman that the council did not properly assess her priority for housing based on medical need. She also complains it gives priority to re-housing people in temporary accommodation over those in permanent (but unsuitable) accommodation.

  • London Borough of Brent (14 019 234)

    Report Upheld Allocations 08-Aug-2016

    Summary: A woman complains about two council's failure to provide timely and sensitive help with she needed to be rehoused due to domestic violence.

  • London Borough of Ealing (15 016 582 )

    Report Upheld Allocations 08-Aug-2016

    Summary: A woman complains about two council's failure to provide timely and sensitive help when she needed to be rehoused due to domestic violence.

  • Thanet District Council (15 000 234)

    Report Upheld Allocations 03-Aug-2016

    Summary: A family complain the council wrongly calculated their family's priority for housing so their current priority did not adequately reflect their housing need.