Ombudsman Schemes

Are Free For Consumers, But Not Builders

You can only use the Ombudsman if you have used the organisation’s internal complaints service first.

If it’s been longer than eight weeks since you made your complaint and you and the trader can’t agree on what to do, you can take your complaint to the Ombudsman.

Ombudsman looks at the papers supplied to him and then makes a recommendation or ruling.

An ombudsman’s decision is usually binding on the builder, but only if the builder is part of the scheme. You can go to court if you’re not happy with the decision.

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