Thursday, September 17, 2015

Not even a registered letter to the Mayor of London's Clearing House service is delivered

Mayor of London Boris Johnson

Heavey v The Greater London Authority

In the Central London County Court

In the matter of a claim for damages against the Greater London Authority for depriving the Claimant of his right of review, in respect of its decision to terminate his and his wife's eligibility for their flat, and opportunity to appeal the outcome of the review to an independent tribunal if he was not satisfied.

Extract re GLA Clearing House operated for the Mayor of London by St Mungo's Broadway

14(ii) On 26 August 2015 the Claimant discovered that the information that came back from GLA Clearing House following his Subject Access Request failed to comply with a County Court order dated 8 May 2015 requesting that it removes from its website unlawfully held information about the Claimant and his wife relating to their debts, their employment status and their alleged mental health condition. At a hearing on 8 May 2015, the Court found sufficient evidence that SHP had acted unlawfully in holding or uploading information about the Claimant relating to his debts, his employment status and an alleged mental health condition and ordered it to pay damages to him for distress of £750.

See previous blog post: Threat to life and wellbeing: Our claim against the Greater London Authority filed at the Central London County Court this afternoon

Royal Mail Track and Trace 17 September 2015

"We have your item"

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Letter posted 24 July 2015

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