Newton Cooper aim to provide the highest standards of service but, like any other business, we can make mistakes and things do not always proceed as well as we would like.
We try to ensure that mistakes are rare and, if there is one, that we are able to rectify this mistake quickly and learn lessons for the future so that it does not happen again.
If you feel that our service has fallen short of your expectations, then this page will tell you how to register your complaint and what you can expect us to do in order to deal with this.
Throughout this process you will be treated with courtesy and respect and if we conclude that we have made a mistake we will firstly apologise and then explain to you how we propose to rectify the mistake.
How to make a complaint
Firstly you should try to resolve the issue with your case manager at our office by telephone on 01204 292 373. All complaints are recorded and our case managers are trained to be receptive and responsive to criticism.
If you are dis-satisfied with the response from your case manager, or you would prefer to make a written complaint, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or write to us at the following address:
58 Chorley New Road
What happens next?
A written acknowledgement will be issued promptly; not later than five working days from receiving your complaint.
Your concerns will then be fully investigated and, within two weeks of the initial receipt of your written complaint, we will issue a final response or we will explain why we are not yet in a position to issue a final response and inform you when you may expect to receive this.
If you are not satisfied with our final response
We are committed to ensuring that all complaints are fully and fairly addressed but, if you are still not satisfied after receiving our final response, you have the right to refer the matter to our regulator.
Our Insolvency Practitioners, Tim Hargreaves and Jonathan Taylor, are regulated by the Insolvency Practitioners Association (“IPA”) and complaints regarding their conduct, and that of our staff, should be directed through The Insolvency Service Complaints Gateway which can be found at: www.gov.uk/complain-about-insolvency-practitioner or by writing to:
The Insolvency Service
1 City Walk
If you live in Northern Ireland, you should complain directly to the IPA by writing to:
Professional Conduct Department
Insolvency Practitioners Association
4-10 Heneage Lane