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Impact of COVID-19 on statistics

To allow authorities to respond to the Covid-19 pandemic, we did not accept new complaints and stopped investigating existing cases between March and June 2020. This reduced the number of complaints we received and decided in the 20-21 year. Please consider this when comparing data from previous years.

Cambridge City Council

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and their performance in responding to our investigations.

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In the last eight years, the Ombudsman has published the following public interest reports against Cambridge City Council

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Since April 2018, the Council has agreed to make the following improvements to its services following an Ombudsman investigation. We list up to 10 cases below – click ‘view all’ if there are more.

Case reference: 20 010 732

Category: Other Categories

Sub Category: Land

  • The Council will review its ‘Unreasonable and Unreasonably Persistent Complainants’ policy and consider whether it requires updating to ensure consistency with the Ombudsman’s ‘Guidance on managing unreasonable behaviour’.

Case reference: 19 002 891

Category: Planning

Sub Category: Planning applications

  • The Council will provide evidence to the Ombudsman of the improvements it has made to its planning application processes.
  • The Council will review its complaints handling processes to identify any improvements to improve communication and reduce delays.

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Last updated: 4 April 2015