Call 0800 952 4444
If you have a leak from a neighbouring property, choose option one for repairs, then option three for leaks from above.
Monthly estate inspection walkabouts
Members of the Committee attend Southwark’s monthly estate inspection walkabouts. If you have an issue or concern about maintenance of the building that you’d like the Committee to raise, please let us know by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Southwark Council Contacts
Resident Services Officer (Penton Place, Peacock Street, Iliffe Street, Crampton Street)
020 7525 1346
Resident Services Officer (Amelia Street)
Communal Repairs Technical Officer
020 7525 2013
Communal Repairs Manager
020 7525 1256
Capital Works Service Charge Officer
020 7525 1440
Service Charge Manager
020 7525 7450
Ward Councillors are elected representatives of the area and the people who live in it. They have a responsibility to communicate council policies and decisions, and are often helpful should you need to escalate an issue with staff at Southwark Council.
Antisocial and threatening behaviour
You have the right to live peacefully in your home. Report antisocial behaviour to Southwark Council.
The Southwark Anti Social Behaviour Unit (SASBU) have an officer assigned to the estate, who should be contacted following persistent antisocial behaviour:
The Leasehold Advisory Service is a Government-funded independent advice for residential leaseholders. Their website contains answers to many common questions and offer free 15-minute phone consultations with legal experts if you have a concern you need advice on.