Reasons to call the Bristol City Council Contact Number:
Bristol City Council is the ruling civic body in Bristol City, largely concerned with keeping the minutiae of the city in motion, organising the day-to-day running of the city, and keeping Bristol the greatest city in the Southwest. They manage transport, waste disposal and recycling, parking, libraries and museums, benefits and council tax, planning permission and housing, among a huge number of other things, in the City of Bristol, so if you live there or have business there, you may wind up calling them for any number of reasons. A few of those reasons are listed here, but this list is by no means exhaustive – with a council so expansive, you could wind up calling for completely unforeseen reasons.
- Finding out where Bristol City Council is
- Asking about Bristol City Council Tax banding
- Making a complaint about Bristol City Council
- Enquiring about recycling or waste management services at Bristol City Council
- Arranging an appointment at Bristol City Council head offices in Bristol City Hall
- Making enquiries or complaints concerning Bristol City Council’s handling of parking and transport
- Enquiring about a Bristol City Council House
- Arranging a payment method for your Bristol City Council Tax
- Finding out what day your bins will be taken out
- Making enquiries about Libraries
- Asking about Bristol’s famous museums and historical sites
- Submitting an application for planning permission
- Submitting an official attempt to block another from seeking planning permission
- Providing feedback to Bristol City Council
Bristol City Council FAQs
Other Useful Bristol City Council Numbers:
|Bristol City Council||Phone Number|
|Head Office||0843 557 3705|
|Customer Service||0843 557 3705|
|Complaints||0843 557 3705|
Bristol City Council Contact Number Opening Hours
|Head Office||Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 6pm
There is a training period of 1 and a half hours on Wednesday between 12 noon and 1.30pm, during which the lines will not be open
Bristol City Council Head Office Address
|Head Office||Bristol City Council
PO Box 3176
Where is Bristol City Council?
Bristol City Council is the ruling civil council for the City of Bristol, formerly of the county of Avon, now its own principality. As such, it can be found in the city of Bristol, which is in the South-West of England, directly bordering Wales and above Somerset, and way off to the West of London. Bristol can be reached by air, flying into Bristol Airport, by sea, pulling into the city’s famous Docks, or by land, going down the motorways which lead into the city from any direction. It is important to note when following these instructions that Bristol City Council is in England, the Southernmost and primary nation in the United Kingdom, west of Europe.
Once within Bristol City, if you are still looking for Bristol City Council, you can find them by going to City Hall, in the centre of the city, or by following this address:
Bristol City Council
PO Box 3176
For more information on where Bristol City Council is and what it does, all Bristol City Council on 0843 557 3705 between the hours of 8.30am and 6pm, from Monday to Friday – but please note that the lines are closed on Wednesdays from 12 noon to 1.30pm for training purposes.
How much is Bristol City Council Tax?
Council tax in Bristol is set based on a number of “bands” – that is, classifications of the amount of council tax that must be paid by certain sections of the city, based on the value of the properties there, the cost of that section of the city on the Council as a maintenance cost, and a number of other factors.
If you are wondering how much council tax you’ll need to pay if you have just moved to a new home in Bristol, you will first need to figure out which band you fall into. To do this, simply search “which council tax band Bristol” followed by your address. Official council services and numerous private websites exist to help you work out where on the scale you fall, and how much you can expect to pay.
Once you know which Bristol Council Tax Band you fall into, simply check the handy table below to find out how much Council Tax you will be charged per year.
|Council tax band||
Property value range
|Council tax charge|
|A||Up to and including £40,000||£1,147.50|
|B||£40,001 – £52,000||£1,338.75|
|C||£52,001 – £68,000||£1,529.98|
|D||£68,001 – £88,000||£1,721.25|
|E||£88,001 – £120,000||£2,103.75|
|F||£120,001 – £160,000||£2,486.25|
|G||£160,001 – £320,000||£2,868.75|
What is Bristol City Council?
Bristol City Council is the ruling civic council responsible for organising the day-to-day running of the City of Bristol. This entails a lot of management of many small cogs in an unfathomably complex machine, particularly in the realms of city planning, building permission and construction, bins, waste management and recycling services, sewage and sanitation, protection from the elements in the form of salting roads, pretecting citizens against flooding or extreme heat, managing libraries and other civic centres of importance, such as museums and historic sites, and, some would say most importantly of all, ensuring parking and transport throughout the city is facilitated as effectively as it possibly can be.
They collect Council Tax in order to fund all of this, as every year, the roads must be maintained, stocks of vital supplies, such as rock salt and tar, must be replenished, buses must be subsidised, work must be undertaken, pest control must be performed, planning and building applications must be reviewed, the Mayor must be protected, the city’s leisure centres must be maintained and upgraded, further work must be taken on the management and expansion of the city’s libraries, its museums, and its protected historical sites. Without Bristol City Council, this vital work could not be performed, and the city would collapse into a state of disrepair and anarchy.
For more information on what Bristol City Council is and what it does, all Bristol City Council on 0843 557 3705 between the hours of 8.30am and 6pm, from Monday to Friday – but please note that the lines are closed on Wednesdays from 12 noon to 1.30pm for training purposes.
How do I contact Bristol City Council?
Contacting Bristol City Council is easier than you may think – in fact, there are a large number of ways that it can be performed!
If you enjoy the immediacy and convenience of emailing any potential contacts at the Bristol City Council head office, you can find the official electronic mail address for Bristol City Council on their official website (this isn’t it). The advantages of email are that they travel instantaneously, they can be drafted ahead of time to convey exactly the message you want, they can carry attachments such as photographs, scans or other documents, there is no limit on their length, and they can be permanently saved as a record of correspondence.
If you’re a more old-fashioned sort of person, or you are distrustful of the internet machine, or you just prefer the traditional charm of a pen and paper, you can send letters and physical correspondence to Bristol City Council at the following address:
Bristol City Council
PO Box 3176
The advantages of mail are much the same as the advantages of email, with the disadvantage of being the slowest form of contact and requiring payment before it works. Other than that, they are largely equivalent forms of communication.
Lastly, and best, in our opinion, is simply phoning them. You can call Bristol City Council on 0843 557 3705 between the hours of 8.30am and 6pm, from Monday to Friday – however, the lines are closed on Wednesdays from 12 noon to 1.30pm for training, in order to keep the staff at the top end of their potential.
Contacting Bristol City Council on 0843 557 3705 will allow you to get in contact with Bristol City Council staff instantaneously, and talk to members of the head office staff at Bristol City Hall. These staff members are all experts in customer relations and civic policy, and can usually resolve any questions or queries you have in a few minutes. Any issue that you have that they cannot immediately resolve themselves, they can transfer up to more experienced head office staff or those with more authority or expertise, ensuring a good resolution when you call the Bristol City Council contact number.