Camden London Borough Council is the local authority for the London Borough of Camden in Greater London, England. It is a London borough council, one of 32 in the UK capital. Camden is divided into 18 wards, each electing three councillors. Camden London Borough Council currently comprises 38 Labour Party councillors, 11 Conservative Party councillors, and five others.
Contacting Camden Council by Phone
The Camden Council customer service phone number is 020 7974 4444. This line is open from 8am to 6pm on weekdays. Only emergency calls can be dealt with outside of these hours and on bank holidays. If you wish to make a complaint about housing, dial 020 7974 1972. For supporting communities complaints, ring 020 7974 5644. If you have an enquiry about council tax, call 020 7974 6470. For enquiries about business rates, phone 020 7974 6460. If your enquiry is related to adult social care, call 020 7974 4341. For enquiries about families, children and education, ring 020 7974 6673 or Freephone 0800 393561. These lines are open between 9am and 5pm on weekdays.
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 Camden Council via the Internet
The address of the Camden Council website is website. There is an internal search engine at the top to the homepage to help you find the information you are looking for. Each of the topic areas leads to a form to fill out in order to send a webmail to the appropriate department of Camden Council.
Camden Council on Social Media
2,500 people follow and/or have liked Camden Council on Facebook. The FB page (@LBCamden) typically responds to incoming messages within a few hours. The Camden Council Twitter feed (@camdentalking) has 22,300 followers and is monitored for incoming messages from 9am to 5pm on weekdays (except bank holidays). 10 people follow CamdenCouncil on Google+, despite the fact that there is no content there. The CamdenCouncil YouTube channel has 450 subscribers. Finally, 6,600 professionals follow London Borough of Camden on LinkedIn.
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