Minute Blog. Cornwall Homechoice

Blog posted 24 August 2016 Since 2012 hundreds, possibly thousands, of mentally ill and vulnerable Homechoice applicants have been abused and cheated by Cornwall Council and the Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.

Source: Minute Blog. Cornwall Homechoice

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“The most commonly requested property size is 1 bedroom properties”, Cornwall Council.

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Blog entered 10 July 2015

“The most commonly requested property size is 1 bedroom properties”, unquote.

The above statement was made by Cornwall Housing Ltd on 5 February 2015, in reply to a Freedom of Information request.

At the same time Cornwall Housing made this statement it was aware of a 1 bedroom Homechoice property in Timber Close, St Austell, belonging to partner landlord Sanctuary Housing, which had remained empty for over 2 months. By the time the 1 bedroom Homechoice property, shown above, finally had a tenant it had remained empty for a further 4 months making 6 months altogether.

It remains to be seen if this 1 bedroom Homechoice property was unlawfully ‘ringfenced’ for Cornwall Council by Sanctuary Housing, as was the case in 2012 when this 1 bedroom property was last advertised through Homechoice without preferences but was furnished.

But what if the bidder who won the property had his/her own furniture, I hear you ask. That scenario would never have happened and the word for it is deception which is a criminal offence.

Footnote : Although the then Council’s Principal Legal Officer Simon JR Mansell MBE knew I had bidded for this property, to this day (August 2016) he has still not told me the property number despite me requesting it. Now I wonder why that is ?

 

 

 

 

MINUTE BLOG. Advice For Cornwall Council

 

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Blog posted 02 August 2016

            ADVICE FOR CORNWALL COUNCIL

If there is one thing your corrupt NHS Foundation Trust Partner should have taught you it is this :

That if you resort to covering-up abuse and criminality rather than resolve them properly, they will remain unresolved, they will fester and they will become even bigger problems to deal with later.

 

MINUTE BLOG. Advice For Cornwall Council.

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Blog entered 12 April 2014

            ADVICE FOR CORNWALL COUNCIL

If there is one thing your corrupt housing partner Sanctuary Housing should have taught you it is this :

That if you resort to covering-up failures and criminality rather than resolve them properly, they will remain unresolved, they will fester and they will become even bigger problems to deal with later.