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Click 'write to all your councillors', or select on to send an individual email. You should include as much information as possible about the nature of your complaint and how you would like the situation to be resolved. It affects our live severely, and even many times we feel suffocated and find it difficult to stay in the house. You could: • Write a letter to your MP at: House of Commons, London SW1A 0AA • Email your MP using the contact details in www.parliament.uk’s Directory of MPs • Find your local councillor’s contact details on your council website or through your council’s helpdesk; they will generally provide an email or postal address.

If it's worth changing though, it's worth the wait. If they don't reply at all, politely send another letter after a considerable amount of time asking if your first letter was received, or maybe leave a message at the local office and hopefully someone should get back to you. services through our wholly owned subsidiary I am getting in touch today about [place name]’s cycle network. If you are writing to the City Council, you want to be sure that your letter is read and your issue attended to. We provide commercial services through our wholly owned subsidiary SocietyWorks Ltd (05798215). You can search for your local member and find out how to contact them here. You could also look to see where the local office is of your MP or Councillor and drop in a letter, or even send a fax if you're fancy enough. Find a more calm way to deal with how the representative has responded, like suggesting another idea in relation to what you originally proposed, or even writing to someone higher in authority if you really feel you need to. At every level, from your local council to the European Parliament. Please forward anything you get back to.

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Also remember, the people who you are writing to are there to hear your questions and will try to answer them as best as they can. Be courageous and stand up for what you believe in, because if you don't say anything about it, then who will? See who does what. My name is James Anderson.