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Various strands- urination in stairwell too frequently risk assessments unsafe situations too frequently

Reported via mobile anonymously at 10:41, Saturday 27 May 2023

Sent to Glasgow City Council less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 4602199.


We reported urination in stairwell Locally and escalated it as unaddressed

We report it to your head office as you work as leaders with organisations and government but standards for witness citizens gets worse

Who we work with We work closely with local authorities and a number of organisations across the country, including: Scottish Housing Regulator · Scottish Government · Police ... Wheatley Group: Home Wheatley is Scotland's leading housing, care and property-management group. › ... Scottish Government announces £700000 for emergency food services 20 Apr 2020 — Wheatley Group receives £350000 from Scottish Government for EatWell service. › ...PDF WORKING WITH OTHERS Wheatley Group is the Scottish Government's key partner for delivery of its vision for an

Quote Various strands - reporting to Head Office location of local unresolved stairwell standards Escalated to local area 4 weeks ago Currently Unresolved

Escalated to Wheatley group G1 to ensure EH3 premises are kept in better order


To get it fixed The risk of vulnerable people falling is significantly reduced when

There is mitigation

It was reported over a month ago stairwell standards were a concern

Persons urinating in stairwell Followed by persons washing stairwell The wet from.both is a risk

Solution:- Stop the urinating persons and ascertain who is doing it and how frequently

And Stop.the need for wet stairwells

It would appear pre spso pre ico Give them opportunity to put it right week 4 is not working

As attached 25/05/2023

Permission to log it - please › sec... Section 47 - Civic Government (Scotland) Act 1982 47 Urinating etc. Any person who urinates or defecates in such circumstances as to cause, or to be likely to cause, annoyance to any other

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GOV.UK › publications How to rent a safe home 10 Dec 2020 — Your landlord may also be responsible for repairing any communal areas of the building, like stairwells or halls. If the End quote

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  • Unresolved escalated to regulator Regulator report direct to Parliament

    Government make legislation Parliament hold Government to account Delegate to the local authority Who contract out

    Repeated changes in contract out = Unresolved

    May June July 2023

    Give them opportunity to put it right Vs they haven't at this stage


    Posted anonymously at 09:16, Friday 21 July 2023
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • Extremely concerning They seem to be following pattern of another supposed to make a positive difference organisation by issuing brochure that does not match experience of citizens Witnesses seem to be discriminated against And escalated to regulator local officials and others Give them opportunity to put it right has not worked at this stage photo/ c/ 11234478.0.full.jpeg?21fae8e9

    Https:// Unresolved

    Posted anonymously at 19:37, Friday 18 August 2023
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • Part resolving but the brutal treatment by certain organisations and institutions is unethical practices and we escalate this to REGULATOR

    Posted anonymously at 16:19, Saturday 16 September 2023
    Still open, via questionnaire

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