SouthSide Complaints Procedure
At Southside Property Management, we are committed to providing excellent service across all aspects of the business, which meets our clients’ reasonable expectations, but even so, sometimes issues can arise which give cause for complaint. If they do please let us know as soon as you can so we can make things right again.
If you wish to complain about any aspect of our service or that of a contractor instructed by us on your behalf, you can do so by contacting your Property Manager in writing, by email in the first instance, who will investigate and get back to you within 3 working days:
|Tenants or Neighbour Complaints||Landlords/ 3rd Party Complaints|
20 Nicolson Street
20 Nicolson Street
If you feel you have done all you can to resolve the issue with your Property Manager then the complaint will be investigated by another member of our team as follows within 10 working days:
If the response still does not provide the satisfaction you require, we would respectfully request that you provide us with written confirmation of the reasons you deem that the complaint has not been resolved. The complaint will then be reconsidered by Natasha Lang within 5 working days.
Any unresolved complaints after this stage will be reviewed by John Davidson within 5 working days for a final response and will be our final stance. If this final decision does not resolve your difficulty, you may at that stage apply to one of our governing bodies below, once the internal complaints procedure has been exhausted.
|Tenants||Landlords/ 3rd Party Complaints/Tenants|
|Housing and Property Chamber
First-tier Tribunal for Scotland
4th Floor, 1 Atlantic Quay
45 Robertson StreetGlasgow G2 8JB
Tel: 0141 302 5900
Fax: 0141 302 5901
|The Property Ombudsman
43-45 Milford Street
Wiltshire SP1 2BP
Tel: 01722 333 306
Fax: 01722 332 296
If your complaint is in relation to the return of your tenancy deposit, at this stage a dispute should be raised with Letting Protection Scotland: Please note that each body above has their set timescales that can range from 1 – 3 months to review evidence.