TENGO COFFEE HOUSE, ST AUSTELL. CORNWALL.

TENGO COFFEE HOUSE, ST AUSTELL. CORNWALL.

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Not so much a Rogue this time but the Organisations which set a trap for me there certainly were. The picture shows the interior of the upper floor at the 200 year old Tengo Coffee House in Fore Street, St Austell, Cornwall. The table and three chairs by the window is where the mediation scam took place.

This is where TPAS, Tenant Participation Advisory Service, the leading national tenant participation organisation with links to government conducted the fraudulent Mediation Process.

This is the where Sanctuary Housing, one of the largest Registered Social Landlords (RSLs) in the country with some 80,000 homes and whose profits went up to £24.7 million in 2010-2011, paid TPAS to conduct a Mediation process involving fraud and deception.

This is where I arranged to meet the TPAS Mediator for an agreed one to one meeting and walked into a trap involving the TPAS Mediator Oonah Lacey and Sanctuary Housing's Business Manager Diane Parsons, now with Guinness Hermitage, which resulted in a Report of Mediation to protect Sanctuary Housing and which remains null and void to this day because of the way it was achieved.

This is where TPAS and TPAS Accredited Sanctuary Housing conducted TPAS Mediation without the cafe owners consent or the consent of the tenant, myself, to enter into Mediation against Sanctuary Housing.

A meeting on 25th October 2010, which later caused Michelle Reid, CEO of TPAS, to lie and cheat, in writing, to protect Oonah Lacey, TPAS, and TPAS Accredited Landlord Sanctuary Housing. That despite the fact Oonah Lacey represented Sanctuary Housing in Mediation Oonah Lacey still remained an "impartial" Mediator according to Michelle Reid.

A meeting on 25th October 2010, which later saw the TPAS Mediator sacked or resign for alleged fraud in July 2011.

A meeting which Simon Clark, Sanctuary Housing Group Director - Housing & Communities, later confirmed was wrong and that I had never agreed to enter into Mediation. A "genuine misunderstanding" which both TPAS and Sanctuary Housing failed to investigate when I formally complained in writing the day after the meeting on 25th October 2010.

One twist to all this was my offer to meet Rob Carnon, Housing Officer with Sanctuary Shaftesbury, at Tengo Coffee Shop this year to discuss related issues. He declined on the grounds he did not think a coffee shop was an appropriate venue. I completely agreed with him as I do now.

So why did TPAS, the leading national tenant participation organisation in the country, and Sanctuary Housing, one of the largest social housing providers in the country, not think it was an inappropriate venue to conduct Mediation ? Because it was an unlawful SCAM to bury my complaints without discussion knowing, under the terms of Mediation, and unknown to me, the complaints could not be brought up again.

Because Tengo is my favourite Coffee Shop up town I continue to use Tengo for my Latte. In fact I use the same table by the window every week. The building beyond the window to the right is the Holy Trinity Church, St Austell. I have often wondered how many of the above are hypocritical enough to go to church.

For further reading please read 'The Medevil History of Castle Sanctuary'. 'Ye Olde Tea Room at Goent' is Tengo and it begins with the Old Hag sitting by the window with papers a plenty and the Good Knight introduced himself to the Old Hag.

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