Provide corporate feedback
The views of our residents, service users and customers are important to us.
Breckland Council is committed to high standards of customer care, service delivery and performance. If we do well, it is always good to know this. However, if we fail to do this we want to know about it so that we can deal with the specific problem, take steps to avoid it happening again and improve our services.
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It is important to understand the difference between a compliment, a complaint and feedback as this may affect the way it is handled and what you can expect from this process.
How to submit a compliment
Under the Localism Act 2011, the council has adopted arrangements for dealing with allegations of failure to comply with the Code of Conduct by district, town or parish councillors.
You can make your complaint or feedback in the way that is most convenient to you.
Anonymous complaints will be recorded and considered.
It becomes increasingly difficult to ensure a fair investigation after a period of time has lapsed since the original incident occurred.
If you are making a complaint about a council employee, and if action or behaviour is found valid, then the issue will be referred to the appropriate Director and dealt with under the Corporate Human Resource Policy/Procedure.
Unfortunately, some complainants pursue their complaints in ways that are unreasonable and/or take up an unwarranted amount of council resources.
All complaints will be treated fairly and given equal importance.
Last updated: 03/12/2021 11:23:26