Barking and Dagenham Council Contact Number 0843 504 93560
Need to contact Barking and Dagenham council? Give the customer service team a call on the helpline number of 0843 504 9356
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Barking and Dagenham London Borough Council is the local authority for the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham in Greater London, England. It is a London borough council, one of 32 in the United Kingdom capital of London.
Contact Barking and Dagenham Council:
|Operating Days||Operating Hours||Contact Number|
|Mon – Fri||9am – 6pm||0843 504 9356|
|Saturday||9am – 6pm||0843 504 9356|
|Sunday||10am – 4pm||0843 504 9356|
Common reasons to call Barking and Dagenham Council
- Adults and Communities Access Point
- Anti Social Behaviour
- Council Tax
- Emergency Duty Team
- Environmental Health
- Housing Benefit/Council Tax Support
- Housing Repairs
- Register Office
- Rubbish (Waste and Recycling)
- School Admissions & Pupil Placements
- Transportation Emergencies
Other popular reasons to contact Barking and Dagenham Council include:
- Child services & schools
- Freedom of information
- Planning permission – Decision issues
- Trading Standards
- Planning permission – Staff conduct
Head Office Address:
|Barking and Dagenham Council Head Office||Rainham Road
You can choose to write to this head office address if you feel the issue was not resovled via the phone call.
The London Borough of Barking and Dagenham is a London borough in East London, England. It lies around 9 miles (14.4 km) east of Central London. It is an Outer London borough and the south is within the London Riverside section of the Thames Gateway; an area designated as a national priority for urban regeneration. At the 2011 census it had a population of 187,000, the majority of which are within the Becontree estate. The local authority is Barking and Dagenham London Borough Council. Barking and Dagenham was one of six London boroughs to host the 2012 Summer Olympics. The borough has also been found to be the most unhappy place to live with the fewest new business incorporations.
The borough’s major districts include Barking, Becontree and Dagenham. It borders five other London boroughs: Newham, Redbridge, Havering, and Greenwich and Bexley to the south of the Thames.
Much of the housing of the borough was constructed by the London County Council during the interwar period of 1921-1939. Major settlement of the area, mostly escaping slum conditions in the East End of London, occurred during this period when the new motor and chemical industries such as the Ford Motor Company plant at Dagenham were set up. Since the decline of these industries in the 1980s, employment has shifted towards service sector jobs. Much of the borough is within the London Riverside area of the Thames Gateway zone and is the site of considerable house building and other development. A £500 million budget has been earmarked for redevelopment of the borough’s principal district of Barking.
The borough borders the London Borough of Havering to the east with the River Rom forming part of the boundary. It borders the London Borough of Newham to the west with the River Roding forming much of the border. To the south is the River Thames which forms the borough’s boundary with the London Borough of Bexley and the Royal Borough of Greenwich. To the north the borough forms a thin protrusion between Havering and the London Borough of Redbridge in order to encompass Chadwell Heath. 530 hectares within the borough are designated as part of the Metropolitan Green Belt.
Barking and Dagenham COUNCIL TAX contact
Are you entitled to Council Tax reduction?
Over 35% of people who are entitled to claim money off their Council Tax bill are missing out, could you
be one of them?
You do not have to be unemployed to claim Council Tax reduction. If you are in work but on a low income,
Council Tax reduction could pay some of your Council Tax bill.
If you pay rent for your home and are on a low income, you may also qualify for help towards paying this
too. You may be able to get Housing Benefit if you are on other benefits, work part-time, or work full-time
on a low income.
How much will you get?
If you are eligible for housing benefit and/or Council Tax reduction, the amount you receive will depend on
how much you have to pay in rent/Council Tax and your circumstances. This includes:
· Your income (and partner’s income if you have one)
· Your savings
· The number of children that live with you
· Other people in your household
· If you or someone in your family has a disability
Second adult rebate
You may also be able to reduce your Council Tax bill if you live with someone who is on a low income and
you would normally be entitled to a single person discount if they were not living with you. The rebate is
based on the income of any second adult that lives with you, not on your income or savings.
For more info on Council tax call 0843 504 9356
Barking and Dagenham Council Contact Number 0843 504 9356
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