Why doesn’t Soho Housing care about its bad reputation?
I used to be baffled at the thinly veiled insolence shown by Soho Housing to some tenants. For example it is not unusual to find the glossy newsletter, as in the most recent edition, leading with an article gloating about two tenants who have just been evicted.
I have come to the conclusion that when an organisation has friends in high places, as Soho Housing does, it will naturally evince sentiments of contempt for its more unpopular clients. There is no need for Soho Housing to engage with us, as, when it stops harassing us, it can rely on the harassment to be continued by Westminster City Police, and , then, when as a result of a complaint to the police complaints authority, the police harassment pauses briefly, the baton can be taken up by Westminster City Council.
Westminster City Council is running my harassment at present, the police having taken a break as a result of a complaint I made. Ironically, they actually have more power than the police when it comes to invading your privacy and entering your home for no particular reason. Their factotum Yeno Thorli is the present all powerful harasser, who is obviously determined to enter my home for, apparently no reason other than curiosity.
This takes me back to an earlier post, in which an unknown person tried to let themself into my flat, using a key supplied by Soho Housing. Was that person Yeno Thorli? Perhaps Yeno Thorli visits my flat regularly while I am out. There seems to be nothing in law to prevent council officials like Yeno Thorli behaving like cat burglars.