Consumer Advice

The City Council no longer provides a Consumer Advice service. Consumers can access any advice that they may need through the Citizens Advice Consumer Service on 03454 040506 or by visiting adviceguide.org.uk.

To report someone you suspect of selling illegal goods please submit an online report.

Newcastle Citizens Advice

Newcastle Citizens Advice offers free services providing general advice and information across a wide subject area. Amongst the many services Citizens Advice offers help with; debt, housing, benefit entitlements, consumer, and employment issues. They can be found at the City Library, New Bridge Street West, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 8AX or contacted on 03442 451 288 or via their website.

Which?

Which? Consumer Rights website is a resource to help consumers solve their biggest issues, from faulty goods and delayed flights, to dealing with scams and dodgy tradesmen. There are hundreds of easy step-by-step guides and letter templates available to help you seek redress, and simple summaries of important consumer legislation.

Northumbria University Student Law Office

The Student Law Office at Northumbria University offers a free legal service to members of the public facing a range of legal issues. The service is provided by students who are supervised by qualified professional lawyers from the School of Law staff. The Law office deals with over 800 cases annually and have successfully concluded a number of high profile cases. The Student Law Office can be contacted on 0191 2273909 or by email at studentlawoffice@northumbria.ac.uk.

Newsletter

The Trading Standards service with the aim of providing updates on our work, produces a newsletter twice a year. To access a copy go to High Standard (pdf 1.2 mb)  

Related Pages

Need more information?

Trading Standards service, Department of Operations and Regulatory Services, Civic Centre, Barras Bridge, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 8QH

03454 040 506

tradingstandards@newcastle.gov.uk

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