How to make a complaint
Just fill in the online complaints form on the make a complaint page and we’ll be in touch to discuss the complaint and what we will do.
Things to consider before logging a complaint:
- If you are reporting anti-social behaviour, please complete the anti-social behaviour form.
- If you are reporting a repair for the first time, this can be logged through My Riverside.
- Let us know who you are, we want to work with you to find a solution and won’t be able to anonymously.
- Complaints need to be received within six months of the event occurrence
What to do when you’re unhappy with the service you’ve received
Things go wrong from time to time and by telling us what’s gone wrong, we can help put things right for you. Your feedback will help us improve our service to you.
What is Riverside Scotland’s Complaints Process?
When you raise a complaint with us, we commit to a thorough investigation and work with you to resolve it. Our aim is to do this within 5 working days. We refer to this as a Stage 1 complaint. If you are not happy with the resolution provided at this stage, you can contact us to ask us to escalate your complaint for review. This is referred to as a Stage 2 complaint. At this point, you can let us know why you feel the issue is unresolved and what you think should have been done to resolve it. Further investigation and review will take place and we aim to do this and provide a final resolution within 20 days.
What if I’m unhappy with the outcome?
If you still feel that your complaint remains unresolved with Irvine Housing Association, you can ask the Scottish Public Services Ombudsman (SPSO) to look at it.
For more details about our procedure click here.
Tell us when things have gone well
It’s good to hear about when we’ve delivered excellent service, you’ve had a positive experience that you want to share or you just want to give us a general comment. Tell us what you think by filling in a comments form.