The London borough of Havering is in the east side of the UK capital, and is part of Outer London. Havering Council administers the region, whose principle town is Romford. Much of the borough comprises suburban housing, and there are large areas of protected open space.
Contact Havering Council by phone
The Havering Council main telephone number is 01708 434343 and the number is staffed from 9am to 5pm. For social care issues, there is an Out of Hours emergency phone number: 01708 433999, which is for use if you cannot wait until the next working day. The Havering child protection emergency numbers is 01708 433222. Many of the council’s departments listed in its internet home page do not include contact numbers. In some cases, you can track down relevant phone numbers by using the search box at the top of its internet home page and typing, for example ‘Adult social care telephone’ which produces the number 01708 776770, or ‘Welfare rights telephone’, which produces the number 01708 434444 and the note that ‘This is an answer machine please leave your name and daytime telephone number, one of our officers will call you back.’ The phone number to report dumped rubbish is 01708 433999. For general queries to the council, you can also use the council’s phone text relay service, which you can access on 18001 01708 434343. The mail address is: London Borough of Havering, Town Hall, Main Road, Romford
Contact Havering Council customer service on the internet
The Havering Council website home page is: www.havering.gov.uk which is the gateway to dozens of council offices and services, many of which have online forms embedded in them. Go to the ‘Council services’ menu on the top right side of the home page to access these. The website’s short ‘Contact Us’ section at the home page offers two phone numbers and just one link, to a housing contact form for those with enquiries about council housing issues. For complaints, there are online complaints forms for many issues, including missed rubbish collection, street lighting faults or requests, damage to roads or pavements, illegal parking (to request parking enforcement). The ‘complaints’ section of the website also contains links to appeal against a housing decision, to complain about adult or children’s social care, how to appeal against penalty charges like parking tickets appeals against planning decisions, and problems with colleges and schools.
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