- 1 How do I make a complaint to Harrow Council?
- 2 How do I contact Croydon Council?
- 3 Who do you complain to about your local council?
- 4 How do I contact Harrow Council by email?
- 5 How do I contact Harrow Council?
- 6 What council is Croydon?
- 7 How do I claim against the council?
- 8 What power does the Ombudsman have?
- 9 Can you take your local council to court?
- 10 Is Harrow in London or Middlesex?
- 11 How much is council tax in Harrow?
- 12 Is Harrow posh?
How do I make a complaint to Harrow Council?
To make a complaint about a member of the council, you should complain directly to the Standards Committee of Harrow Council. Read more about councillor complaints.
How do I contact Croydon Council?
Access Croydon You can also phone us on 020 8726 6000 or send us a message. We are experiencing problems with our telephone lines. Please use online services or send us a message.
Who do you complain to about your local council?
Complain to the council service provider. If you’re still not happy, complain to your council’s complaints officer. If this doesn’t resolve the issue, you may be able to get the Local Government Ombudsman to look into it.
How do I contact Harrow Council by email?
- Contact us.
- By letter London Borough of Harrow, PO Box 65, Civic Centre,
- By Fax 0208 424 1610.
- By email info@ harrow. gov.uk.
- Or see www. harrow. gov.uk.
How do I contact Harrow Council?
Child protection: 020 8901 2690. Children’s Access Team: 020 8901 2690. The emergency duty social worker: 020 8424 0999. Safeguarding officer: 020 8420 9453.
What council is Croydon?
Croydon – Inner West Council.
How do I claim against the council?
If you wish to make a claim against the council, please submit a letter of claim by email to email@example.com. Please also find our contact details at the bottom of this page.
What power does the Ombudsman have?
An ombudsman is a person who has been appointed to look into complaints about companies and organisations. Ombudsmen are independent, free and impartial – so they don’t take sides. You should try and resolve your complaint with the organisation before you complain to an ombudsman.
Can you take your local council to court?
If the local authority has failed in its duty to you, you may be able to take them to court, depending on your own situation. However, there may be other easier ways to resolve any problems you are facing and one of our friendly, local solicitors will be able to explain what options are available to you.
Is Harrow in London or Middlesex?
Harrow, outer borough of London, England, forming part of the northwestern perimeter of the metropolis. It is in the historic county of Middlesex. Previously a municipal borough, Harrow became a London borough in 1965.
How much is council tax in Harrow?
Council tax rates for Borough of Harrow 2021/22
Is Harrow posh?
Harrow is an awkwardly in between place- not quite the thriving, metropolitan city of London and not quite the serene and beautiful countryside. Instead it’s plonked somewhere in the middle: boring and still kind of noisy.