About Us

Welcome to Thorogood & Co Mediation.

Thorogood & Co Mediation is owned by Kelley Marie Thorogood. After achieving her Law degree and working in legal practice for several years Kelley gained her accreditation as a Civil and Commercial Mediator before going on to attain her workplace and SEND (Special Educational Needs & Disability) accreditations.


Thorogood & Co Mediation has continued to grow from strength to strength. Kelley has a huge passion for mediation and all areas of alternative dispute resolution, making her not only a friendly, dedicated and professional mediator but a highly successful one.


Thorogood & Co has been a pleasure to establish and grow. It’s a successful accomplishment, of which I am extremely proud” …..Kelley Thorogood 

 

Complaint Procedure

Thorogood & Co Mediation operates the following complaints procedure.


Any concerns about our mediators or staff which relate to mediation should be raised informally in the first instance with Kelley Thorogood.


If you feel that the concern or matter you have raised has not been dealt with to your satisfaction, then you may wish to make a formal complaint. We set out the steps to do so in our formal complaints procedure below. We reserve the right not to deal with complaints made more than 12 months from the date of the event complained of.


Please address your formal letter of complaint to: Kelley Thorogood, Bella Haf, Betws Y Coed, Conwy LL24 0AP

You Must provide the following details:

  • Your Name and Address

  • Name of the person you are complaining about.

  • Details of your complaint

  • How you would like your complaint to be resolved.

Within 21 days of your letter being received a senior mediator will investigate the complaint. In any case, the person investigating the complaint will be someone other than the person you are complaining about. 


The person handling the investigation will write to you as soon as possible to let you know that they have been appointed and that they will reply to your complaint within 21 days. If they find later that they are not going to be able to reply within 21 days they will set a new date for their reply and inform you. Their reply will set out: 

  • The nature and scope of their investigation.

  • The conclusion on each complaint and the basis for their conclusion.

  • If they find that you are justified in your complaint.

  • Their proposals for resolving the complaint.

A written record of the formal complaint and all other related papers, replies, etc. will be kept on file for a period of six years. All conversations and documents relating to the complaint will be treated as confidential and will be disclosed only to the extent that is necessary. If such a complaint is made, we will assume that you are authorising those investigating the complaint to view all the papers or other correspondence relevant to the matter. 


We hope that you will use our procedure and that this will resolve any outstanding issues. However, if you are unhappy with the outcome, you do have the choice of taking up your complaint with the Civil Mediation Council.