We want to give you high quality services, with courtesy and respect, and without discrimination.
Please help to make our services better by:
Letting us know if you have a comment (good or bad) about our services.
Complaining if you feel unhappy with the way we have treated you. Have you been discriminated against or not treated respectfully?
Telling us when we do something right. If you are particularly pleased with any of our services then let us
You can contact us in any of these ways:
1. You can download, print and fill in this form (see link below in the 'Download Document' box). Send it to the address shown at the end of the form to our Customer Relations Officer. The form is in PDF format and requires Adobe Acrobat Reader to view/print.
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2. Via this website
Your feedback will be forwarded to the appropriate service.
Select for our comments, complaints and enquiries form
Download our Comments, Compliments and Complaints Guidance (pdf format 66kb)
3. You can contact our Customer Relations
Chesterfield Borough Council,
Customer Relations Officer,
Town Hall, Chesterfield, S40 1LP
4. You can contact the relevant service area by telephoning our main switchboard number (01246 345345)
What Happens Then...?
Generally someone in the relevant Council Service will investigate and
should get at least an initial response within 5 working days.
If we can’t get a reply to you within the 5 days we will acknowledge
and then send you a full reply within 15 working days.
If we can’t do this, we’ll keep you informed about how we
Please contact us at any time to ask about progress.
If You Are Still Unhappy:
Contact the Chief Executive at the Town Hall OR
Contact your local Councillor - Phone numbers and addresses are available on tel. 01246 345238
or your local library or on our website OR
Contact your local MP - If you are uncertain who this is we can tell you OR
Contact the Ombudsman - an independent person, who can investigate complaints about us. You
can complain to the Ombudsman yourself or through a local Councillor. Complaints must be submitted
in writing. We have forms at the Town Hall for doing this.
The Ombudsman’s contact details are as follows:
Local Government Ombudsman
PO Box 4771
024 7682 0001
Or visit www.lgo.org.uk