How to File Complaints Against Camden Council Online

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How to File Complaints Against Camden Council Online

Councils manage a variety of services, such as social care, education, libraries, recycling and rubbish, and more. It can be great to have assistance and services in your borough that address a variety of aspects of living. However, there may be times when you are unsatisfied or have problems with your service.

Filing a complaint can often straighten out a situation and sometimes even improve it. If you need to file , DoNotPay can help you navigate the situation.

How to Contact Camden Council to File a Complaint

Camden Council claims they want to create a place where everyone has a voice, and they encourage you to get in touch with them if something goes wrong. They say they want to make it right and learn from their mistakes, and your complaints help them do that. There are multiple ways to get in touch with the team:

Telephone020 7974 4444
Postal AddressTown Hall, Judd Street, London WC1H 9JE
OnlineComplaint Form

Be sure to include all relevant complaint information as well as a way for Camden Council to reach you.

Other Ways to File Complaints About Camden Council

Suppose you have contacted Camden Council and tried to work with them to solve your problem, but their response is unsatisfactory. In that case, you can try to escalate the issue with an Ombudsman. The ombudsman is a free and impartial evaluator of issues with companies and organisations. If Camden Council has not responded to your complaint promptly or failed to offer a satisfactory solution. In that case, you can file a complaint with the appropriate ombudsman for further assistance. However, if you have started court action, the ombudsman will not investigate your case.

Local Government Ombudsman

The Local Government Ombudsman will investigate complaints related to local councils, care homes, and some organisations that provide local public services.

  1. Complaint Online

If you want to file a complaint against the Local government Ombudsman you can use this Online Complaint Form. They recommend the online contact form as the most efficient way of filing a complaint. When you register, it frees up the telephone lines for those that are unable to use the online form, and it gives you access to your case.

  1. Helpline Telephone

Contact 0300 061 0614. Monday to Friday between 10 am and 4 pm.

  1. By Post

Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman:

PO Box 4771



If you wish to register a new complaint by post, you will need to download the appropriate postal complaint form.

Housing Ombudsman

If you are having issues as a tenant or leaseholder and your landlord is a social landlord or a voluntary member of their scheme, you may be able to get assistance from the Housing Ombudsman.

  1. Complain Online

You can complain about the Housing Ombudsman through this Online Complaint Form. This first form will walk you through a series of questions, and then you will be directed to the online complaint form for other valuable information.

  1. Telephone

Call them on 0300 111 3000 9:15 am-5:15 pm: Monday to Friday.

  1. By Post

Reach the Housing Ombudsman via post:

Housing Ombudsman Service

PO Box 152

Liverpool L33 7WQ

Learn How to File Camden Council Complaints the Easy Way

It can be tedious and time-consuming to go through a customer complaints team. Sometimes they do not respond in a timely manner, and other times they do not provide the answers or solutions you need to make it right. If you are looking for an easier, professional way to file a complaint and get a quick response, DoNotPay is here to help.

To get started filing Camden Council complaints with DoNotPay, simply follow these easy steps:

  1. Choose the Other Customer Service Issues product.
  2. Select the option that best describes your issue.
  3. Enter the name of the company that you are having a problem with.
  4. Please provide us with the details that will help us solve your case.

It is that easy! DoNotPay will first evaluate your request. Then we will take the necessary action for a swift resolution. We can contact Camden Council and make any demands on your behalf to secure the best possible outcome.

In addition to helping you resolve issues with Camden Council, we can help you file complaints with any company or organisation. No matter how large or small the company, DoNotPay can help. Here is a sampling of issues we have helped customers with:

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Not only can DoNotPay assist you with resolving complaints with councils or organisations, we can help you with other issues or concerns as well.

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