Phone a representative from Wolverhampton council on their general enquiries contact number 01902 551 155 if you would like to discuss your council tax band or request planning permission when building a new property in the city.
About Wolverhampton Council
Wolverhampton Council is the governing body of Wolverhampton with its offices located in the civic centre which can be found in St.Peter’s Square in the City Centre. Wolverhampton Council is historically a Labour-controlled body, with the party being in majority since 1974 despite exceptions during the years of 1978–1979, 1987, 1992–1994 and 2008–2010. The council has a total of 60 councillors whom are responsible for providing local services and facilities in Wolverhampton, including council housing and local infrastructure.
Council Enquiries – 01902 551 155
Contact Wolverhampton Council by calling their general enquiries telephone number 01902 551 155 to ask about your benefit entitlement as a resident of the area. For instance, you can discuss your eligibility for housing benefit before asking whether you qualify for a council tax reduction if you fit select criteria. Furthermore, you may wish to get in touch to find out your council tax band before moving to a particular property in the area. Alternatively, you may wish to pay your bus lane or parking fine when contacting a representative from Wolverhampton council and can do so during your phone call. Moreover, callers can request planning permission if they intend to build an extension on a home or build a new property in the Wolverhampton area. If you are moving home and would like to get rid of some possessions then you can book a bulky item collection service from the council.
You should also call Wolverhampton Council to get in touch with social services if you would like to report a child or adult that you believe is at risk of danger via neglect. Finally, a council representative can assist anyone who would like access to a copy of a birth, marriage or death certificate under the freedom of information act, however please be aware that a fee may apply.
Electoral Registration – 01902 551 177
You should call Wolverhampton council on their electoral registration phone number 01902 551 177 to add your name to the UK voting register. Eligible callers can therefore register to vote in a UK general election or for a local council election before asking for the location of their nearest polling station. You may even wish to ask which MP represents your constituency before asking for their contact details if you wish to take your enquiry further. It should be noted that constituents have to register to vote to have a say in a UK referendum along with any election.
Call Costs and Contact Hours
The City of Wolverhampton council operates a 01 contact number that will charge callers the same standard per-minute rate as any other local call made from a UK mobile or landline telephone. However, you may be able to contact the council for free if you are using any inclusive free minutes that have been offered by your service provider as part of your tariff arrangement. A representative from Wolverhampton council is available to be contacted during the hours of 8am-6pm Monday to Friday, and 9am-2pm Saturdays.
Wolverhampton Council Contact numbers
|Wolverhampton Council Department||UK Contact Number|
|General enquiries||01902 551 155|
|Adult social care||01902 551 199|
|Adult social care (Emergency out of hours)||01902 552 999|
|Anti-social behaviour||01902 551 188|
|Benefit fraud (free and confidential)||0800 408 0441|
|Electoral registration||01902 551 177|
|Housing or council tax benefit||01902 551 166|
Write to the Council
If you would prefer to make a formal enquiry or complaint about any of the council’s services then the main postal address to write to is: City of Wolverhampton Council, Civic Centre, St. Peter’s Square, Wolverhampton, WV1 1SH, United Kingdom.