Friday, April 17, 2015

Principal Solicitor for the Mayor of London's Greater London Authority threatens us with eviction by falsely accusing us of refusing support

Under construction

Part 1: High Court rules that the Mayor of London bears no responsibility for his Greater London Authority (GLA) Housing First Programme

[Heavey v Greater London Authority: High Court pre-action letter to be posted]

Excerpt from pre-action letter

You state in your response that SHP has informed you that Clearing House's Tenancy Sustainment Team ("TST") has tried to engage with me to ensure that I am aware that support is available to my wife and myself but that this support has been refused by me. Please note that neither my wife nor I have ever refused support that is based on a "secure exit plan" from Housing First. It is disingenuous to construe this as some sort of refusal of support on my part, which, if true, would have us evicted from our home.

Related blog post: Heavey v Single Homeless Project: Will the Central London County Court rule we consented to declarations for online referral that we are paying our own salaries and that we are both mentally ill, and despite our photographic evidence to the contrary?

Has Declan's complaint against the Housing Ombudsman fallen upon deaf ears? Housing Ombudsman Service asks to hear from a second Designated Person

Part 1 (this morning): Protection of our claim for Housing Benefit: Complaint against the Housing Ombudsman to the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government

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Related Post: Statutory Compensation (Bedroom Leak): We appeal our housing association landlord's decision to award Newham Council for our Right to Repair and Distress and Inconveniences