We always try to provide the best possible service to our residents.
Sometimes though we may not meet your expectations. When this happens, you have the right to complain.
A complaint usually arises from:
- A failure to deliver a service; or
- The level of that service does not meet your expectations
It is not a request for a service, such as a repair or reporting anti-social behaviour.
We’re changing the way we deal with complaints. The new simplified approach will reduce the time it takes to resolve complaints.
We will try to resolve your concerns at the first point of contact. If this is not possible, we will pass your complaint to the appropriate service area, who will acknowledge receipt of your complaint within 2 working days.
We will consider your complaint fully, and we aim to respond within 14 days. Sometimes this may take a little longer, and we will keep you informed if more time is required.
We will then let you know the outcome of your complaint. If you do not agree with the decision, you may request a review. This will be carried out by an more senior officer who was not directly involved in the Stage One process. We will then let you know the outcome of the review.
How can I make a complaint?
We will always try and resolve your concerns at the first point of contact. If we are not able to do this the easiest way to register a complaint is to complete this online form.
If you remain unhappy following our complaints process you may contact:
- The Public Services Ombudsman for Wales, or
- The Financial Ombudsman Service
These are confidential, free of charge and independent services. It is unlikely the ombudsman will deal with a complaint if you haven't come to us first.