We welcome your feedback
It helps us to know what we’re doing right and what we can improve. We aim to make it quick and easy for you to have your say about what matters to you, so we can deliver the best possible service and you can get on with enjoying your home.
We monitor our performance and listen to your feedback to make sure we’re always improving what we do and delivering an outstanding service.
We’re honest too. We’re transparent about changes to our services and always welcome your thoughts on how you feel about them.
Your feedback matters. We may contact you from time to time to ask how you rate our services. You can help us to know where we’ve got it right and opportunities to improve where we’ve got it wrong.
You can share your feedback at a time and in a way that’s convenient for you. And, in a world where it’s nice to be kind, we’d also love to know when our people have delivered a great service and have made you smile.
We welcome complaints. They help us to understand how we can fix any problems and make sure they don’t happen again. Of course, our aim is to provide you with outstanding customer service, but we understand that sometimes things can go wrong.
If this happens, we know how frustrating it can be and we want to work with you to put things right. We will do our best to resolve your concerns as soon as we are aware of your issue, however, if we’re unable to put things right at the start, we will manage your concern as a formal complaint.
Tell us about an issue in your neighbourhood
If you'd like to tell us about anti-social behaviour in your community or report a neighbourhood issue, it's best not to raise a formal complaint - using the correct form for your issue will ensure it's quickly picked up by the right team.
Head to our Community page to find learn more about grounds maintenance, anti-social behaviour and more.
How we’re doing
We measure our performance on an ongoing basis, and below you can find our quarterly customer service results.
Sept - Dec 2021
There are lots of ways you can get on board. Head over to our Get Involved page to find out more about how you can have your say - in a way that suits you.