Have Your Say
We want to ensure the services we provide meet both our published standards and the needs of our customers. All customer feedback is important to us and can be a complaint, suggestion, comment or compliment.
All feedback including complaints is taken seriously and we use it to learn lessons as to how things may have been done differently and to improve future services.
Where possible we will publish information on how we have made improvement resulting from your feedback.
How we define customers
Anyone who receives or requests a service from us and the people acting on our behalf, including:
- Service Users
- Applicants for accommodation
- Neighbours of Estuary properties
- Consultants and contractors
- Job applicants
- Advocates for residents with special needs
For general enquiries, you can contact us by completing our online form or by telephone on 0300 304 5000. We are open 8.30am-5.30pm, Monday to Friday, although these hours may change. Please check the homepage for latest information.
Although we try to provide the best service we can, we recognise that sometimes things can go wrong and we'd like to put it right. If you have a complaint, please contact us either by telephone on 0300 304 5000, our online feedback form, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by post at:
8th & 9th Floors
If you are experiencing any difficulties in making a complaint, please contact the Corporate Resources Team on 0300 304 5000.
How Did We Do?
When your complaint has been resolved, you can now complete our Online Customer Feedback Survey to let us know of your experience.
If you believe that we have not dealt with your complaint adequately, or that we have not resolved the problem you raised, you may wish to ask for further assistance. You can approach a Member of Parliament or a local Councillor who, under a 2013 legislation, may be able to offer you help. Alternatively, you may wish to contact the Housing Ombudsman Service and ask them to consider your complaint. You can also seek information about your rights from a local Citizens Advice Bureau or other agency.
We want to involve residents in helping shape future services. Our community engagement area gives more information on the opportunities for you to become involved.