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Our Customer Service Charter sets out the standards of service our customers can expect from us and how to contact us should something go wrong. We measure our performance against these standards.

We seek to create and constantly improve the delivery of our services to consistently exceed the expectations of our customers.

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Manx Utilities complaints procedure

Definition of a complaint

For the purpose of this procedure the standard definition of a complaint as outlined by the IoM Government is defined and coded as follows

(C1)  A complaint concerning a decision where there is no independent appeal mechanism.

(C2)  A complaint concerning any failure to make a decision.

(C3)  A complaint concerning a failure of service which is not corrected or is not corrected within reasonable timescale.

(C4)  A complaint concerning the failure of administrative arrangements or an over-restrictive or narrow interpretation of such arrangements.​                   

(C5)  A complaint concerning the application of inappropriate or unfair remedies.

(C6)  A complaint concerning a breach of confidentiality.

(C7)  Any other substantial complaint not falling within any of the foregoing definitions. 

How your complaint is processed

Tynwald Commissioner for Administration (Ombudsman)

Should your complaint not be answered to your satisfaction and on the basis that the full formal complaint process has been exhausted a complainant has the right to make a complaint to the Ombudsman for consideration.  If such a complaint is to be made, it must be made in writing (including by e-mail as set out below) within 6 months of a final determination by Manx Utilities.

The Ombudsman may be contacted by letter sent to —

The Tynwald Commissioner for Administration

Legislative Buildings



or by e-mail to:

Further information about the Ombudsman may be found at

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