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KeithP wrote: »
SAR = Subject Access Request.
You, the subject, can request all the data a company or organisation holds about you.
You have no right to the data a company or organisation holds about someone else by using a SAR.
IamEmanresu wrote: »
The Localism Act 2011 has nothing to do with private parking. It's all to do with how Parishes and other councils divy up the work / costs/ income.
Why do you think it might be relevant?
The Housing Ombudsman and designated persons Early and local resolution is the best possible outcome to a complaint. We will encourage positive relationships between landlords and tenants and the designated persons to achieve this. We will also provide information and advice to support designated persons in improving the methods and approaches they might use to resolve a dispute. Whilst we will not comment on designated persons!!!8217; decisions we will feedback on referrals from designated persons to improve complaints handling at all levels.Although we can advise designated persons on good practice in complaint handling, the Ombudsman has no jurisdiction over designated persons and has no authority to regulate or produce guidance for their selection, activity or conduct.
The Ombudsman is required to maintain a register of recognised Tenant Panels (if you would like to register a Tenant Panel please email the details to [email protected]). However, we do not oversee the involvement of panels or any other designated person in the local resolution
markudman wrote: »
Just found this on the Ombudsman website
As part of the Localism Act 2011 designated persons were introduced by the Government to improve the chances of complaints about housing being resolved locally and to involve local politicians and local people in resolving local housing issues. When a landlord’s internal complaints procedure is finished tenants of housing associations, local authorities and ALMO’s can ask for their complaint to be considered by a designated person. Tenants and designated persons may find it helpful to use our free online training on resolving disputes.
The_Deep wrote: »
If they are a registered charity, consider making a complaint to The Charity Commissioners
I think its time to complain to the Charity commissioners,
Can someone please help me with what I should say in my complaint to them,
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