Bromley London Borough Council is the local authority for the London Borough of Bromley, the largest and most rural borough in the British capital (30% of the borough is farmland). It is the most south-easterly of the 32 borough councils that make up Greater London. Bromley is divided into 22 wards.
Contacting Bromley Council by Phone
The Bromley Council customer service phone number is 0300 303 8672. For the switchboard, phone 020 8464 3333. If you wish to make a payment, dial 0300 003 0089. For council tax and benefits enquiries, call 0300 303 8670. For general enquiries about education, ring 0300 303 8664. Lines are open from 8.30am to 5pm on weekdays.
The cost of calling an 0300 number within the UK is always the same as that of calling a normal home or business landline. In theory, calls from a landline phone cost about 10p per minute, while calls from mobile phones cost between 3p and 55p. However, if your phone tariff offers free calls to landlines at certain times of day – or has inclusive calls or bundled minutes that cover calls to landline numbers – calls to 0300 numbers (and all other 03 numbers) will be included in these deals in exactly the same way.
020 numbers are geographically specific to London. 020 numbers are normal landline numbers, charged at standard rates. If your tariff does not offer inclusive calls to landlines, or you are calling at a time of day when charges apply, typical rates for landline calls are between 6p and 12p per minute (depending on your phone company) plus between 16p and 19p per call. If you are calling from a mobile, the cost will be between 20p and 55p per minute (depending on your phone company).
Contacting Bromley Council via the Internet
The address of the Bromley Council website is website. In the bottom left-hand corner of the homepage there is a Feedback button that leads to a form to fill out to contact the Borough Council. At the top of the homepage (on the left) there is an internal search engine to help you find the information you are looking for on the website. On the left the Main Menu clearly and effectively divides the information on offer into 11 categories. To email the Bromley about council tax, write to website. If you wish to lodge a complaint, email website.
Bromley Council on Social Media
1,900 people follow and/or have liked Bromley Council on Facebook. The FB page (@LBBromley) is monitored for comments on posts from 8.30am to 5pm on weekdays. The Bromley Council Twitter feed (@LBofBromley) has 13,000 followers. Just two people follow LBBromley on Google+, while Bromley Council has 40 followers on Flickr. The LBBromley YouTube channel has 54 subscribers. Finally, 1,822 professionals follow the London Borough of Bromley on LinkedIn.
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