Tell us what you think about our service – we are always glad to hear from you. If you want to tell us about something we have done well, if there's something you want to feedback about or if you would like to make a formal complaint, this page will tell you how.
When to use the Compliments, complaints and feedback form in the Top Tasks section on this page.
- give a compliment - tell us about something we have done well
- feedback - tell us your experience of Leeds City Council so that we know how we need to improve in the future or
- make a complaint - if you have spoken to the service your problem relates to and are unhappy with their response then we can investigate further
Alternatively you can call us on 0113 222 4405 or use the email form in the Contact us section.
Compliments, complaints and feedback for Children's Services and Adult Social Care
Specific information is available for providing compliments, making complaints and providing feedback about Children's Services and Adult Social Care.
Compliments, complaints and feedback about Leeds City Councillors
Please read the information provided on the Code of Conduct page which can be found in the Related Pages section.
If your enquiry is not a formal complaint, compliment or feedback
If you simply have an enquiry about one of our services please call us on 0113 222 4444 and we will direct your call to the correct service area. Alternatively you can email email@example.com
The Top Tasks section on this page and the Contact Us page provide a range of options that may meet your needs . Alternatively please call our main switchboard on 0113 222 4444 who will be able to direct your call to the correct service.
What happens next
When a complaint is made our aim is to acknowledge your complaint in 3 working days and provide you with a response within 15 working days. For information on our corporate compliments and complaints policy see our Frequently asked questions and the Documents section.
If you remain dissatisfied after you have complained to us, we will give you information about the Ombudsman. The Ombudsman is an independent public body who can investigate how the council has handled your complaint. For information about the Local Government Ombudsman, or your separate right of appeal for some housing complaints, please see our External links and Frequently asked questions.