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Telephone: (01633) 656 656 between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday.

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The Civic Centre is currently closed to members of the public. The Main Reception is open between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday only for staff and those with appointments.  


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Newport City Council
Civic Centre
Godfrey Road
South Wales
NP20 4UR

Document Exchange (DX) address: DX 99463 Newport (Gwent) 3

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Customer Services Strategy

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Newport City Council’s 51 elected councillors can be contacted by email, telephone or by post.

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There are separate procedures for social services complaints.

Petitions Scheme

We aim to be open and responsive to the needs of citizens and communities. This includes engaging local people in participative processes, by which residents can influence and shape policy and services.

Participation is about sharing decisions with those affected by them, and is an integral part of our work. It is not about giving groups or individuals whatever they ask for and generally happens within constraints, including welfare and money. Residents should, however, always have a degree of decision making power so that they feel listened to and understood. We aim to always say what we plan to do as a result of hearing residents views, and why.

The Council’s Petition Scheme is one of the many ways that residents can get in touch and provide feedback to the Council.

Read here for more information