Making a complaint
If you feel that you are not getting the level of service that you expect you can make a complaint to the TMO. You can contact us by telephone, in person, by letter or by email to:
If you are unhappy with the way we have dealt with your complaint you can escalate the complaint to the Council and if you are still not satisfied with their response you can take your complaint to the Housing Ombudsman.
On the odd occasion we get complainants who continue to complain even though we consider the complaint to have been resolved and where we have tried every avenue to resolve their issue, using up and extraordinary amount of staff time. For these cases we have now put together a Habitual Complaints Policy. Please do not feel that this policy prevents you making complaints when you feel that they are valid, most complaints show us where things are going wrong and resolving them helps us to improve our service to both tenants and residents.
We would also like to hear your comments and the occasional compliment.
Complaining about your neighbours
Tenants who break the conditions of their tenancy risk losing their home.
Management Complaints PolicyDownload
Habitual Complaints policyDownload
Residents Disputes PolicyDownload