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SCOTTISH OMBUDSMAN REPORT REVEALS FEWER COMPLAINTS

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The report for the year to March 31, 1994 reveals a slight reduction in the number of complaints received by the Sc...
The report for the year to March 31, 1994 reveals a slight reduction in the number of complaints received by the Scottish Local Government Ombudsman, 1008 compared to 1069.

Housing complaints have dropped from 445 to 336. Planning complaints continue to rise steadily as individuals and amenity bodies take an increasing interest in their immediate and wider surroundings.

The Annual Report was prepared by Robert Peggie Local Government Ombudsman from 1986 to June 31 1994, but it falls to his successor Frederick C Marks OBE to continue the work of the office.

Derrick Marks formerly Chief Executive of SSHA and in recent years deputy chairman of the Local Government Boundary Commission for Scotland has been in post six weeks.
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