Hello again, thank you for your enquiry and your patience.
I am sorry to hear of the treatment you and the other tenants have been receiving. There really should not be a situation where you are fearful of raising concerns about the housing situation or the poor treatment you are receiving.
I note in your message that you had said that you were supposed to have been having a meeting today. I do hope that all issues were resolved at the meeting and you were able to raise your grouses.
If the issues were not resolved, then you may want to look into raising a written complaint about his with the council. Contact your council and ask for the email address for their complaints department. It may be more effective if the complaint letter is written on behalf of all tenants with concern. It will highlight that you are not the only one with the issue. If after raising the concern, they do not resolve the issues raised, then you may want to consider escalating your complaint to the Housing Ombudsman. This is a free, independent service that is mandated with reviewing concerns such as these. They are able to independently assess your complaint to see whether it is of merit. If it is found to be of merit, then they are able to recommend to the council things to do to resolve the concerns you’ve raised.
Can I clarify anything for you?
Hopefully, I have answered your query in a way that is simple and easy to understand. If anything remains unclear, I will be more than happy to clarify it for you. In the meantime, thank you once again for using our services.