Carol Duckfield

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Friday 23rd October 2015

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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 47

Carol Duckfield

8:37 AM, 27th February 2019
About 6 months ago

Name discrepancy between referencing and ID?

I would be wondering how their employer did their checks as it shoud have been picked up before this,,,,... Read More

Carol Duckfield

13:36 PM, 15th March 2018
About A year ago

Selective Licensing flaws in Walsall West Mids being ignored!

I would be in a copy as we are fighting similae issues in Birmingham so would be good to be able to check if any of the points you raise apply to their consultations e-mail is Read More

Carol Duckfield

12:11 PM, 7th August 2017
About 2 years ago

Guardian’s current onslaught against private landlords

Perhaps they should go and look at Phil Spencers Find me a home program the other week where there was clear evidence of a family with a young child living in council housing that had severe rat/cockroach infestation. The council were aware of the problem and apparently could do nothing about it but still charged market rent for the place........ Read More

Carol Duckfield

9:06 AM, 3rd March 2017
About 2 years ago

Boundary dispute time limitation?

Don't think they have a leg to stand on as under adverse possession the required time has elasped without their ownership being challenged - developer is just trying it one but would suggest that they get the paperwork submitted to update the land registry entry accordingly... Read More

Carol Duckfield

9:54 AM, 6th January 2017
About 3 years ago

Lewisham council tenant desperate for help?

Neil I find your response interesting - I have two properties that are managed by housing associations and their repair and maintenance performance leave a lot to be desired some much so that one had been down graded by HCA and their accountability seems to be teflon coated even when it comes to no lights on stairwells that take months to resolve!

Yet wage bills are rising rapidly (top 10 CEO salaries are now over £250k with highest being £500k), nothing is done to resolve poor performing staff and sickness rates seem out of control. And lets no forget that the majority of the money they receive comes from the public coffers.....

My involvement activities have been a real eye opener on what is deemed acceptable accomodation, the investment a tenant has to make in kitting out their flat - carpets, curtains, electrical applicances etc and what the tenants responsibilities are during their tenancy... Read More