GETTING IN CONTACT WITH GREENWICH HOUSING RIGHTS

 
All email enquiries will receive a response although please note there are limitations on the level 
of legal advice we can provide via email. 
 
Telephone Advice Service Line: 020 8854 8848
(This is open every Tuesday 2-5pm; Thursday 2-5pm and Friday 10am-1pm).
Answerphone when out of Telephone Advice Service hours
We will call you back as soon as possible and no later than the next Telephone Advice Service.
 
Fax: 020 8317 2316
 
Address: Greenwich Housing Rights, 36 Wellington Street, Woolwich, London SE18 6PF

Buses: 53; 54; 177; 180, 242; 386; 422; 486.
Nearest train: station Woolwich Arsenal (only 5 minutes walk away) for BR and DLR.
Check: the Transport for London website for your route.
 
 
Our Drop in Advice Services run on the following days and times:
  • Mondays – 2-4pm at 36 Wellington Street;
  • Tuesdays – 5-7pm at the Town Hall, Woolwich;
  • and Wednesdays – 10am-12pm at 36 Wellington Street.

 

Please note that our drop-in session are extremely busy and as we have limited resources we cannot always see every client who attends. Please arrive as early as possible, preferably before the start of the session, and wait outside the office. If we cannot help please try to get advice from one of the organisations listed here.

 
We run outreach sessions at the following locations on the following days and times:
  • Middle Park Community Centre - 1st Thursday of each month, 11.00 - 13.00;
  • Greenwich West Community Centre - 2nd Tuesday of each month, 10.00 - 12.00.
The outreach service is run in partnership with Plumstead Community Law Centre and Greenwich CAB. For an appointment please call Greenwich CAB on 020 8853 9499 or submit an enquiry at  www.greenwichcab.org.uk.
Office hours are: 9.00am–5.00pm, Mondays to Fridays
 
 

Disclaimer

Every effort has been made to ensure the information on these pages are accurate and up to date. However it should not be treated as a complete and authoritative statement of the law - we cannot be held liable for any inaccuracies and potential consequences.
The information on this site is not legal advice. If you do have a legal problem you should talk to a solicitor or adviser before making a decision about what to do. You may wish to use the Community Legal Advice Directory (Legal Adviser Finder - Advisor Search) to locate a solicitor or adviser in your area. The information on this page is written for people resident in, or affected by, the laws of England and Wales only.

  

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