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Street furniture and lighting archive 2017-2018


Archive has 43 results

  • London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham (17 016 100)

    Statement Closed after initial enquiries Street furniture and lighting 27-Mar-2018

    Summary: We will not investigate Mr Y's complaint about the Council's use of LED street lights. It is unlikely the Council acted with fault or that we can add to what the Council has already said.

  • Cheshire West & Chester Council (17 013 419)

    Statement Closed after initial enquiries Street furniture and lighting 06-Mar-2018

    Summary: The Ombudsman will not investigate Mr X's complaint the Council has refused to install a street light and / or street sign. The Council has explained its decision and there is no evidence of fault to warrant an investigation.

  • City Of Bradford Metropolitan District Council (17 010 346)

    Statement Closed after initial enquiries Street furniture and lighting 27-Feb-2018

    Summary: we will not investigate this complaint about the Council's failure to maintain a footpath. Mrs X may seek a remedy in court.

  • Durham County Council (17 016 523)

    Statement Closed after initial enquiries Street furniture and lighting 23-Feb-2018

    Summary: The Ombudsman will not investigate Mr B's complaint the Council will not replace a grit bin that was destroyed by fire. The complaint is late and there are no good reasons for the Ombudsman to exercise his discretion and now investigate.

  • East Devon District Council (17 008 128)

    Statement Upheld Street furniture and lighting 13-Feb-2018

    Summary: Mrs X complained about the way the Council sited a road sign across her driveway. The Council agreed to site a smaller sign, at its expense, and apologized for any frustration Mrs X has suffered.

  • Lancashire County Council (17 005 541)

    Statement Upheld Street furniture and lighting 12-Feb-2018

    Summary: the Council was not at fault for how it dealt with street lighting in Mr C's road or in how it dealt with his concerns. The Council delayed responding to Mr C's correspondence. The Council's apology is satisfactory remedy for the injustice caused.

  • Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead Council (17 014 708)

    Statement Closed after initial enquiries Street furniture and lighting 24-Jan-2018

    Summary: Mr X complained about the Council's failure to repair a street light and to deal with his complaint promptly. We will not investigate this complaint. There is insufficient evidence of injustice caused to Mr X to warrant an investigation by the Ombudsman.

  • Essex County Council (17 015 669)

    Statement Closed after initial enquiries Street furniture and lighting 24-Jan-2018

    Summary: We will not investigate Mr Y's complaint about a street sign near to his home which he feels is too large. This is because Mr Y is not caused a significant level of personal injustice from his complaint and our involvement therefore is not warranted.

  • Gateshead Metropolitan Borough Council (17 007 207)

    Statement Not upheld Street furniture and lighting 16-Jan-2018

    Summary: The Ombudsman found no fault by the Council on Mr V's complaint about lack of consultation about its intention to replace street lights with LED lights. This is because the Cabinet had discretion about what, if any, consultation to carry out. Nor was there fault on his complaint about the failure to consider their impact on human health and the environment. The Council later sought advice from Public Health England.

  • Devon County Council (17 014 504)

    Statement Closed after initial enquiries Street furniture and lighting 15-Jan-2018

    Summary: I will not investigate Mr B's complaint that the Council acted outside its policy when it decided it would switch the street lights off in his road. This is because it is unlikely I would find fault.