Here you may find some useful contacts that may help you with your enquiries:
I am unable to give legal advice or intervene on matters of a legal nature. For expert and professional advice, you should first contact our local Citizen’s Advice Bureau on the details provided below, who can reach out to me if they consider my involvement to be useful
Citizen’s Advice Bureau
0113 23 4400
If you are concerned about your immigration or visa status, you can contact the Leeds Immigration Advisory Service:
Leeds Immigration Advice Centre
1-2 Princes Exchange
2 Princes Square
0800 368 8107
Leeds City Council
I have no jurisdiction over decisions made by the local council, and therefore it is advisory to contact your local Councillor’s with any issues you have over decisions made by Leeds City Council. A list of local Councillor’s and their contact details can be found here.
Other useful contacts at Leeds City Council include:
· Bins and recycling – 0113 222 4406
· Council Tax – 0113 222 4404
· Planning – 0113 222 4409
· School Admissions - 0113 222 4414
· Parking - 0113 395 0050
· Disabled Parking - 0113 222 4444
· Homelessness and Housing Advice - 0113 222 4412
· Council Housing – 0800 188 4000
· Adult Social Care – 0113 222 4401
· Safety of Children – 0113 222 4403
· Roads and Pavements – 0113 222 4407
· Environmental Issues – 0113 222 4406
Out of hours contacts, which should only be used in an emergency, are:
· Adult Social Care – 07712106378
· Child Social Care – 0113 376 0469
· Housing Leeds Emergency Housing Repairs – 0113 376 0410
· Homelessness – 07891 273 939
· Public and Highway Safety – 0113 376 0499
If you have a speech or hearing impairment you can contact email@example.com to access the Housing & Public Safety Team.
Leeds Street Outreach Service - 0133 245 9445 or westyorks.SOS@cri.org.uk
· Police - Call 101 for non-immediate danger and 999 for immediate danger
· Fire - 999
· National Grid – If you smell gas, call 0800 111 999
· Yorkshire Water – 0845 124 2424
· Northern Power Grid – 0800 375 675
· Medical and Ambulance – Call 111 for non-emergencies and 999 for emergencies
If you are concerned about neighbourhood planning, you can contact members of the Board of the Aireborough Neighbourhood Development Forum, who I have worked closely with for a number of years on local planning issues.
Support for Veterans and their Families
- Veterans and their families in England can be referred to specialist NHS Op Courage services by their GP.
- Anyone in the UK or overseas can also contact the Veterans’ Gateway website or helpline on 0808 802 1212 for around the clock advice and signposting to further support across the charity sector, including for families and the bereaved.
Any ex-service personnel who are struggling with mental health and other difficulties following their service may find the below resources useful, kindly provided by Susan Williams from Military Helper:
- PTSD and Substance Abuse Help for Veterans
- Guide to Finding a PTSD Therapist
- How to Stop Living Out of Your Car - Guide for Homeless Vets
- Homeless Veterans’ Resources
- National Coalition for Homeless Veterans
- Financial Assistance for Homeless Vets
- Homes for Homeless Vets
- Support for Veterans and Their Struggles
- Legal Advice for Veterans
Bereavement and Grief
Any of my constituents who are struggling with a bereavement or finding it difficult to cope with grief may find Sue Ryder helpful. More information and resources can be found at sueryder.org/coping-with-grief-and-bereavement including practical and emotional advice to help encourage conversations about grief.
If you would like to contact a Government Department, I can do so on behalf of my constituents or information on how to do so can be found on the GOV.UK website.