You can contact Harrow Council by phoning either of these numbers: 0843 504 3730 (7p per minute plus network extras where applicable) and 020 8863 5611 (standard local rate).
Harrow Council is the local governmental authority presiding over the London borough of Harrow. The council presides over waste collection, local service provisions and cultural events.
A relatively new entity given the Harrow area’s inclusion in Greater London in 1965, Harrow Council has nevertheless managed to integrate into the ever-expanding capital city. Famous for its religious and educational heritage, Harrow itself is the scene of a regular influx of visitors attracted by its esteemed legacy.
Attracting praise for its professionalism owing to its record rates of tax collection, Harrow Council stands as one of the most distinguished small town authorities in modern Britain.
You can contact Harrow Council using either of the phone numbers below. The first is a non-geographic number, the second is a local (geographic) number. This means the first may be most reliable, however the second is generally cheaper to call – especially when calling from a mobile phone.
- 0843 504 3730 – non-geographic, re-routed number – calls cost 7p per minute from a BT landline phone (plus your phone’s own set access charge) – calls payphones and abroad may cost more. Calls to 0843 numbers from mobile phones are not included within inclusive free minutes allowances.
- 020 8863 5611 – direct, localised (geographic) number. 020 numbers are standard geographic phone numbers for the London area (020 is the London area code). Calls cost no more than to any other number (with the exception of freephone numbers – although there can be no noticeable difference if you have do not exhaust your free minutes allowance because calls to 02 numbers do qualify under those free minutes allowances (unlike calls to 084 numbers)).