Why does the well paid newly appointed Chief Executive not take any action concerning all the very many complaints from tenants of the trust.
As Chief Executive of Notting Hill Husing Trust Ms Davies is paid vast amounts of money to resolve disputes within the Trust. Yet some of the tenants have argued very strongly that even with what appears as the excessive wages of over £140,000 per year, she appears not able to respond to all the very many complaints that are sent to her from the very many complaining tenants of Notting Hill Housing Trust - why?
To many outsiders of Notting Hill Housing Trust, ms kate davies, the chief executive might look like a very pretty barbie model who seeks, demands and gets sympathy galore and says that she needs lots of time in order to look after all her children, and to commute in her expensive four wheel drive jeep, but how does this help the very many long suffering vulnerable tenants who seek immediate attention when their very many letters are not answered or even acknowledged?
It appears by the way the new chief executive does not respond to an increasing level of complaints from tenants who are not responded to, does no justice to Notting Hill Housing Trust for employiing a person who is, like all people, dispensible, if she does not, she cannot or will not perform to the reasonablelegitimate expectation of the very many tenants of the Notting Hill Housing Trust.
It is better to avoid spin, presentation, perception and marketing and just present the truth and the reality.
Yet after the legacy of the last chairman and chief excutive who were deeply linked to the very heart of the labour party, with the new chairman and chief executive who were recently appointed to Notting Hill Housing Trust, are these two new people so closely wedded to the very heart of the new labour party that it is impossible for either of them to be in a position to even hope to be be able to address the truth and the reality?
To describe ms Kate Davies as bloody useless would be to heap praise on her competence at dealing with basic complaints at Notting Hill Housing Trust and this identification by the very many languishing tenants focuses on the lack of her ability to address basic issues that demand immediate and basic solutions.
Perhaps ms Kate Davies was competent at her previous posts in other organizations - but in her present post at Notting Hill Housing Trust, too many tenants of Notting Hill Housing Trust have identified her lack of response as a signal that she appears to lack the basic ability to know what to do when faced with a compromise of her powers with too close a connection with the political party now in power?