Complaint about Fife Council - complaint was from a council tenant (Miss C) who complained about undue delay by Fife Council (the Council) as her landlord, in researching and resolving a problem of noisy pipes in her home.
Fife Council - The complainants were 11 residents in a Fife village whose rear gardens adjoined a new housing site. The investigation found that Fife Council (the Council) had not had sufficient information upon which to properly assess the effect of the development on the complainants' houses and had not required re-notification of the proposals. The complainants' amenity and property values may have been affected. The Council's ability to take enforcement action was restricted. After the matter was brought to their attention, they took appropriate action.
Complaint about Forth Valley NHS Board - complaint was from a man (referred to in this report as Mr C) that Forth Valley NHS Board (the Board) failed to provide him with appropriate diagnosis and treatment following his initial admission to the Stirling Royal Infirmary (SRI) on 4 February 2005.
Complaint about Stirling Council - complaint was from a man (referred to in this report as Mr C) against Stirling Council (the Council). He complained that the Council refused to repair or replace the fence at his Council property that separated his garden from the pavement.
Complaint about a GP Practice in the Forth Valley NHS Board area - complaint was from a woman (referred to in this report as Ms C) about the care and treatment which she received from her local medical practice (the Practice) prior to her diagnosis with breast cancer.
A GP Practice in the Forth Valley NHS Board Area - complaint was from a man (referred to in this report as Mr C) about the decisions of two GPs in a GP practice (the Practice) to prescribe the drug diclofenac for his late aunt, Miss C, and then to give it on repeat prescription.
Complaint about Fife Council - complaint was from a member of the Scottish Parliament (MSP) on behalf of her constituent, Mr C. She complained of the way in which Fife Council (the Council) dealt with Mr C’s requests to buy land to allow him to create a vehicular access and also to increase the size of his garden.
General Practitioner Forth Valley Area - complaint was from Mrs C, concerning her local GP practice. She visited the practice in 2003 and returned with the same symptoms in 2005. She claims that the initial GP who saw her failed to diagnose her illness and that she was treated insensitively on her second visit.
Complaint about Fife Council - complaint was from a man (referred to in this report as Mr C) about Fife Council’s (the Council) handling of his complaint against a Councillor’s (Councillor 1) perceived interference in a planning application submitted by Mr C.
Perth and Kinross Council - complaint was made online from a resident in the Perth and Kinross Council area (Mr C) who complained about the arrangements made by the Council for publishing their Draft Eastern Local Plan.