The City of Edinburgh Council
Perth and Kinross Council
The complaint concerned Perth and Kinross Council's actions in relation to planning matters affecting the site of a hotel situated in wooded grounds.
Dundee City Council
The complaint concerns the way in which the Council handled a lease between themselves and the complainant.
The complaint concerned the Council's decision to introduce new refuse and recycling procedures. It was alleged that only two weeks notice was given of the changes and that the tone of the literature issued to members of the public was unacceptable. The complainant was also aggrieved that a new waste and recycling centre, upon which the new system depended, was not yet built.
The complaint relates to the sale of land owned by the Council, which subsequently restricted Mr and Mrs C's access to their former home which they rented from the Council. Mr and Mrs C decided to move into another council house but were unhappy that this move affected their discount entitlement and their right to buy the new property.
Falkirk Council -
The complaint concerned the way in which the Council handled a complaint concerning the actions of an elected official in relation to a planning application which the complainant had submitted to the Council.
South Lanarkshire Council - The complaint concerned the way in which the Council handled a planning application for the installation of a mobile phone mast.
Aberdeen City Council
The complainant was concerned that Aberdeen City Council failed to adequately address the findings of a report into alleged racism and discrimination within an organisation receiving access to a Council-run sports facility.
Aberdeenshire Council -
The complaint concerned an incident on a public road where improvements had been carried out as part of a planning consent granted for an equestrian centre. The complainant was dissatisfied with the Council’s handling of her complaint. She alleged also that there were breaches in the planning consent which had not been dealt with properly by the Council. The complainant was aggrieved because she considered that the incident was related to the planning consent granted and the Council should, therefore, have undertaken a full inquiry into the matter.