Call Lambeth Council on their London telephone number 020 7926 1000 to contact a representative with any questions about about the public services administered by the London borough or if you would like to check your council tax band.
About the Council
The borough of Lambeth houses one of the 32 councils of the capital city, and its council is situated at Lambeth Town Hall in Brixton, where it runs meetings and executes policy for the 21 wards in its jurisdiction. Lambeth council is responsible for administering benefits and collecting council tax in the area while also keeping record of the births, deaths, marriages and civil partnerships of its residents. The London council also provides public services such as parks and libraries in the area among its work supporting local schools in many postcodes across Lambeth.
Lambeth Council General Enquiries – 020 7926 1000
Contact Lambeth Council on their general enquiries phone number 020 7926 1000 to discuss the public services available to you as a resident of the borough. For instance, you can discuss your eligibility for any welfare such as universal credit or housing benefit before asking if you also qualify for a council tax reduction. Moreover, if you are part of a household that only houses full-time students then you should get in touch to ask for a council tax exemption form. If you are planning to move to the Lambeth area then you may also wish to enquire about your potential council tax band depending on the post code of your new home.
Alternatively, you can call Lambeth Council for administrative support regarding claiming any important legal documents such as your birth or death certificate. If you would like to register a marriage or civil partnership as a resident in the London Borough of Lambeth then you can discuss your options for doing so using this number. Callers may even wish to get in touch to request planning permission if they are intending to add an extension to their property or would like to build a new home from scratch. Lambeth residents can also apply for a parking permit so that they can park close to their home by restricting the parking of vehicles by non-residents. You should call also contact Lambeth council if you are a tenant or homeowner who lives in the borough and is having problems with their rubbish and recycling following delay in your bin collection. You should get in touch if you are a parent of a child who is approaching school age so that you can discuss places at a local primary in the Lambeth area.
Call Costs and Lambeth Council Opening Times
Lambeth council runs a London rate contact number meaning that your call will only be charged the standard per-minute rate for any geographical call that is made from a mobile or landline telephone from within the UK. However you may be able to contact Lambeth council for free if you are using up your available inclusive free minutes that are offered by your service provider as part of a monthly tariff arrangement. You can contact get in touch with a representative from the borough council during the opening hours of 9am-5pm Monday to Friday.
Other Ways to Get In Touch
Write to the Council
If you would like to make a written complaint following any dissatisfaction with any of the council’s services or would simply prefer to send your enquiry by post then you should do so using the following postal address:
Brixton Customer Centre,
Olive Morris House,
18 Brixton Hill,
Email Lambeth Council
If you are unable to contact Lambeth council by telephone then you may prefer to send them an email over the following information centre email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.