Harrow Council Customer Service Contact Number

The Harrow Council customer services helpline can be contacted by phone: Monday – Friday – 9:00 AM-5:00 PM.

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Harrow Council Customer Service Hours

The Harrow Council customer services team is available to take your call Monday – Friday – 9:00 AM-5:00 PM.

Monday9:00 AM5:00 PM
Tuesday9:00 AM5:00 PM
Wednesday9:00 AM5:00 PM
Thursday9:00 AM5:00 PM
Friday9:00 AM5:00 PM

Why contact Harrow Council customer service?

– To ask a question about schools or colleges in the area

– To request help applying for a school or college

– To make a query about building planning

– To get help with the planning permission process

– To make a query about conservation or biodiversity

– To report fly tipping or fly posting

– To report problems with cemeteries, litter bins, open spaces, parks, shrub/hedge pruning, or street cleaning

– To ask a question about council tax

– To arrange a parking permit

– To ask a question about rubbish or recycling

– To report a missed bin collection

– To ask a question about parking fines

– To ask a question about their libraries

– To get support as a business in the Borough of Harrow

– To discuss energy saving tips

– To get advice about flooding, pollution, or severe weather

Please note, there are lots of resources and information sources on their website. You can also apply for many council-run services online.

About Harrow Council

Harrow Council, known officially as Harrow London Borough Council, is a government-run local authority. The authority is one of 32 authorities in London and manages the Borough of Harrow in northwest London.

Harrow was incorporated in 1954 when municipal boroughs existed in England and Wales.
Harrow Council, as we currently know it, was then elected in 1964 and came into power the following year. At the time, they shared its responsibilities with Greater London Council.

They were mainly responsible for the borough’s cemeteries, libraries, refuse collection, and social care. Greater London Council, on the other hand, was responsible for the area’s ambulances, fires, flood prevention, and refuse disposal.

In later years, they gained more responsibility, taking over some of the services that Greater London Council had provided, including refuse disposal.

Today, Harrow Council provides and manages a number of services in the area, such as education, housing, and parking permits. The authority even runs gardening services, home improvement services, MOT checks, pest control services, and trade waste services.

At the time of writing, there are 63 councillors in the authority, 32 of whom are part of the Labour political group, making this the executive authority in the council. The other seats are made up of 27 Conservatives, 3 independent politicians, and 1 Liberal Democrat.