(City/Docklands Office/Branch)3-5 Dock Street
Tower Hamlets, London
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1. Please refer all complaints initially to the Department that they relate to. (Lettings/Sales/Management/Accounts). Presenting your complaint directly to the party you have been liaising with.
Whilst we would anticipate that this party will have been able to resolve your issue at this stage , should you not receive a satisfactory response or resolution to your problem :
2. Please refer the complaint to our Customer Services Department. (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Once the complaint is received at Customer Services the matter will be acknowledged and investigated. A full response will be received from the appropriate ludlowthompson.com representative within 7 working days.
This representative will be a senior member of the team managing the issues on which you have reason to complain.
3. Upon receipt of the response if this is not satisfactory please advise Customer Services and the matter will be referred for review. A full and final response from a ludlowthompson.com representative will be received within 7 working days.
We would obviously anticipate that no response would leave issues unresolved having been considered to this stage. A 'full and final' response will be advised as such within the detail of the response and will have been provided on behalf of ludlowthompson.com by an appropriately senior member of the management team to ensure it has been given appropriate review and consideration.
4. However, should this 'full and final' response not be satisfactory please find detailed below the website contacts for each of the following bodies to which ludlowthompson.com are members. Each will ask you to have ensured you have received a full and final position from us prior to you being able to lodge a complaint with them for review and will guide you on the necessary steps to take.
ARLA (www.arla.co.uk) or NAEA (www.naea.co.uk) or The Property Ombudman (www.tpos.co.uk) . They will then consider the complaint and review the matter.