How do I get in touch with Manchester council?

How do I get in touch with Manchester council?

The Council and democracy Complaints and feedback By email – Our email address is [email protected]. By phone – You can speak to us on 0161 234 5000. By textphone – This service is a means for hearing-impaired people to use the telephone as a method to contact us. The number is 0161 234 3760.

How do I email Manchester City Council?

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  2. If you need to contact Manchester City Council directly please email [email protected] or call 0161 234 5000.

What council is Manchester?

Manchester City Council is the local government authority for Manchester, a city and metropolitan borough in Greater Manchester, England. Manchester is the sixth largest city in England….

Manchester City Council
Last election 2022 (32 councillors)
Next election 2023
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What are the 10 councils in Greater Manchester?

The ten councils (Bolton, Bury, Manchester, Oldham, Rochdale, Salford, Stockport, Tameside, Trafford and Wigan) have worked together voluntarily for many years on issues that affect everyone in the region, like transport, regeneration, and attracting investment..

What is your property reference number?

UPRN stands for Unique Property Reference Number and was created by the Ordnance Survey (OS). It consists of numbers of up to 12 digits in length. Local governments in the UK have allocated a unique number for each land or property.

What happens if you have never paid council tax?

If you ignore Council Tax arrears, it’s likely your council will take you to court quickly to get all the money at once. You’ll have to pay court costs and possibly bailiff fees as well as your debt, which can add hundreds of pounds to your bill. Council Tax arrears is a ‘priority debt’.

How do I contact the UK social services?

You can call our helpline on 0808 800 2222 or email us at [email protected]. You can talk to us online via our live chat service which is open, Monday to Friday between 1.30pm and 9pm.