Registered letter dated September 30th 2019 to Belfast Housing Benefit Manager Colette McCorry

 
 

Royal Mail Post Office Receipt Reference Number: VE251127805GB

 
 

Text of September 30th 2019 Letter:

 
 
     
     
  To: Ms Colette McCorry,
Housing Benefit Manager
Belfast Housing Benefit Unit
4th Floor
2 Adelaide Street
Belfast, Northern Ireland
BT28PB.                                                                                 Monday, September 30th 2019.

Your reference: 1000223623

Dear Ms McCorry,

RE: YOUR EMAIL TO ME DATED SEPTEMBER 20th 2019

Thank you for your email dated September 20th 2019, a copy of which I have placed at the following www location:
http://www.humanrightsireland.com/BelfastHousingBenefitUnit/20September2019/Gmail.pdf

Please know that I believe the report referred to in your email at the above www location, which states that I "have capital over 16,000", is incorrect.

I have recently gone through my bank statements; and, if the value of my now derelict home in New Inn (County Galway) is taken as 35,000 Euros, which is what it was valued at when I was originally granted Pension Credit payments several years ago, my present liabilities exceed my assets by 23,408.04.

If the new valuation -- carried out at the request of the Northern Ireland Pension Service -- of my now derelict home in County Galway is taken as 60,000, which is what the Northern Ireland Pension Service now considers it to be apparently, then my present assets would exceed my liabilities by 5,441.26 (which is of course much less that the 16,000 referred to above).

The calculations relating to the two assessments referred to above were made last Saturday (September 28th 2019), and they represent a holistic ('holistic' as in "characterized by the belief that the parts of something are intimately interconnected and explicable only by reference to the whole") overall view of my financial situation at that time.

I have sent a letter through the registered post to UK Secretary of State for Justice Mr Robert Buckland QC MP on September 16th 2019, in which I requested professional legal advice regarding the matter of whether or not I should wait until after I know the results of my September 11th 2019 appeal to the Northern Ireland Appeals Service, regarding the decision of the Northern Ireland Pension Service to cancel my Pension Credit payments, before I provide you with the bank statements you have requested from me. Please know that, to date, I have not received any reply to my September 16th 2019 registered letter to Justice Minister Buckland, a scanned copy of which can be viewed at:
http://www.humanrightsireland.com/UKSecretaryOfStateForJusticeRobertBuckland/16September2019/RegisteredLetter.htm

Regarding the suspension of my Housing Benefit payments which you mentioned in your September 20th 2019 email to me (referred to above), it is my hope, allowing for what I have stated above, that you will consider removing this suspension until after I receive a reply to my registered letter of September 16th 2019 to UK Secretary of State for Justice Mr Robert Buckland QC MP.

In the event that you still feel unable to remove the suspension on my Housing Benefit payments, I would be grateful if you could please advise me as to whether, or not, I can formally appeal against it; and, if so, the time limit for appealing I would need to meet.

Yours sincerely,


William Finnerty.

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