Compliments, Complaints and Anti-Social Behaviour
CHADD prides itself on getting things right, however we know that sometimes things can go wrong. If your experience with CHADD has been an unhappy one, it is important to let us know so we can improve. Similarly if you have had a pleasant experience, we would love to hear about it. We have also added information on how to deal with any complaints around Anti-Social Behaviour.
We really appreciate any positive feedback given from anyone who has encountered our service. This information helps us strengthen the services we operate. To send positive feedback or compliments via email or post please address them to:
98/99 Dixons Green Road
What is a complaint?
A complaint is when you feel that the CHADD has let you down in some way, e.g. we have not provided the service promised in your Tenancy or Licence Agreement, or Support Agreement or a member of staff has been rude or unhelpful. If you are unsure, please read our Complaints Procedure by clicking here.
Please note that reporting a faulty appliance or a blocked drain is not a complaint, it is a request for a repair to be carried out.
What to do if you have a complaint
You can complain verbally or in writing, either way it will be taken seriously. If you wish, a friend or representative can help and support you in making your complaint. Here is how you can complain.
You can complain over the phone by calling 01384 456 465
You can complain via email on email@example.com
You can complain in writing and send it to:
98/99 Dixons Green Road
We will respond to you within 14 days of receiving your complaint.
What to do if you are not happy with the outcome of the complaint
Usually our Complaints Procedure helps resolve any complaints that we receive, however if you feel that your complaint is still not resolved your issue or you are still not happy, you have the right to appeal to the Housing Ombudsman at the following address:
Housing Ombudsman Service
Harbour Exchange Square
Please note that the Housing Ombudsman will not investigate a complaint until you have been through all the steps in the Complaints Procedure.
Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) are actions that harm or lack of consideration for the well-being of others. ASB covers a multitude of issues – from serious violence and harassment to more everyday incidents and situations like noisy dogs or rubbish dumping.
Examples of Anti-Social Behaviour
- Harassment of any form.
- Criminal activity including drug dealing.
- Domestic violence and abuse.
- Noise nuisance.
- Untidy gardens.
How CHADD will deal with anti-social behaviour and harassment
If you believe that you are being subjected to Anti-Social Behaviour please contact CHADD on 01384456465. Alternatively you can email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or use the Contact Form on our website.
We will always ensure confidentiality and get your consent before speaking with the person alleged to be causing the problem or other agencies.
Please refer to our Anti-Social Behaviour Procedure by clicking here for more detailed information on how we deal with your issue.