How do I contact the Brisbane City Council? Please call Brisbane City Council’s 24 hour Contact Centre immediately on 07 3403 8888. How do I get a rate notice Qld? To obtain a copy of
How do I contact the Brisbane City Council?
Please call Brisbane City Council’s 24 hour Contact Centre immediately on 07 3403 8888.
How do I get a rate notice Qld?
To obtain a copy of your rate notice or water rate notice, the request may be submitted in writing, by email, in person or by telephone. Copies of notices are only available to the ratepayer, real estate agent (by authority from owner), or acting solicitor.
How much are rates Brisbane City Council?
Minimum general rates have increased in the 2021-22 budget by $28.24 for owner-occupied properties and $37.60 for non-owner occupied, bringing them to $780.36 and $1,039.32 respectively. Brisbane continues to have the lowest minimum general rates in South East Queensland.
How do I email the Brisbane City Council?
It is Council’s preference that you make your complaint in writing, addressed to the Disputes Commissioner, via:
- Mail: GPO Box 1434, Brisbane Qld 4001.
- Email: [email protected].
How do I write a formal complaint to the council?
Making a complaint
- by email at [email protected].
- by telephone on 020 7934 9753.
- by letter to Corporate Complaints Officer at: Corporate Governance, London Councils, 59½ Southwark Street, London, SE1 0AL.
How do I report a bus driver in Brisbane?
How can I provide a compliment or complaint?
- write to: Compliments and complaints. Department of Transport and Main Roads. GPO Box 1412. BRISBANE QLD 4001.
- call 13 23 80 (8am-5pm AEST, Monday to Friday)
- call 13 12 30 (24 hours a day) if your enquiry is about public transport.
- reach out to us on our social media platforms.
How do you make a strong complaint?
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- Be clear and concise.
- State exactly what you want done and how long you’re willing to wait for a response.
- Don’t write an angry, sarcastic, or threatening letter.
- Include copies of relevant documents, like receipts, work orders, and warranties.
- Include your name and contact information.
Who can investigate a complaint against a local authority?
The Ombudsman can investigate complaints made by or on behalf of members of the public.