In the event of a client having a complaint regarding any aspect of the services provided by
Perry Bishop , the staff member will in the first instance endeavour to resolve any oral complaint
before it develops into a formal written complaint.
Who to Contact
We have appointed Phillip Bishop to deal with complaints. If you have a question or if you
would like to make a complaint, please do not hesitate to contact him.
If you have initially made your complaint verbally – whether face-to-face or on the telephone –
please also make it in writing addressed to Phillip Bishop marked confidential.
Phillip Bishop may refer the matter to another director or senior manager within the Company
in an effort to deal with complaints promptly and in an expeditious manner.
When will the complaint be responded to?
Once we have received your written complaint, Phillip Bishop will contact you in writing within
seven days. At this stage we will give our understanding of your case. We will also invite you
to make any further comments that you may have in relation to this.
What action will be taken?
Within twenty-one days of receipt of your written summary, Phillip Bishop will conduct an
internal investigation of the facts and issues constituting the client complaint and write to you to
inform you of the outcome of his internal investigation and let you know what action we have
taken or will take.
What if the client is still not satisfied?
If, after receipt of the report and any subsequent correspondence the client remains dissatisfied,
the client is free to request that an independent body review the complaint.
Phillip Bishop – firstname.lastname@example.org
Consumer Redress Scheme:
Perry Bishop Ltd are registered with the Property Redress
Scheme which is an approved redress scheme for estate agents under the Consumers,
Estate Agents and Redress Act 2007.
The contact details for the Property Redress Scheme are:
Property Redress Scheme
Telephone: 0333 321 9418
Email: email@example.com or via the on-line form which can be found at