You can contact Chuka by:
Letter: Chuka Umunna MP, House of Commons, London SW1A 0AA
Telephone: 0208 835 7062
As a Member of Parliament Chuka is often best placed to assist constituents with matters relating to functions of central government departments, such as healthcare, taxation and tax credits, citizenship, immigration and passports, benefits and pensions, student finance and policing.
If you are getting in touch about an issue related to the services provided by Lambeth Council, including matters such as street cleaning, council housing, planning and parking, you may find that your elected local ward councillor will be best placed to assist you in the first instance. You can find out who your local councillors are here.
Please be aware that it is not within Chuka’s remit to intervene in private disputes, such as those between neighbours, between an employer or employee and individual consumer complaints, or to intervene in outstanding legal matters, and court decisions. One Lambeth Advice is a useful starting point if you are seeking advice and assistance for these kinds of matters, with online information and the facility to speak to a specialist adviser by telephone, email or webchat, all accessed here.
When getting in touch it would be most helpful if you could please make sure you include your full name, home address, contact number as well as any relevant reference numbers (e.g. National Insurance code or Home Office reference). Please also be aware that strict parliamentary protocol dictates that Members of Parliament may only deal with enquiries and cases on behalf of their own constituents. You can check who your local MP is here.
Chuka continues to operate a constituency office in central Streatham. Please note, however, that the constituency office does not have the facility to see members of the public without an appointment. Additionally, for security reasons visitors without a confirmed appointment will strictly not be seen.
Please ensure all post is directed to Chuka at the House of Commons (address above) and not posted or hand delivered to the constituency office or advice surgery venue. This is because all post must be diverted to parliament to be security screened, and therefore there will be a greater delay in your letter being read.