Peckham

97 Peckham High Street
SE15 5RS

Drop in Service: 10am - 1pm. Mon, Wed and Fri

Bermondsey

8 Market Place, Southwark Park Road
SE16 3UQ

Drop in Service: 10am - 1pm. Tues and Thurs

Latest News

New Digital Support Service – Help using the web

We are running regular Digital Support sessions at various locations throughout the borough where people who live or work in Southwark can get free help and support online. Our staff and volunteers are available to help guide you through online systems including:

Making and managing your Universal Credit claim online
Setting up a MySouthwark account and registering for Homesearch
Online bidding
Making a change in your circumstances

You can find out more about the locations and opening hours for the sessions or alternatively request an appointment or phone us on 0344 499 4134

Citizens Advice Southwark at Parliament Select Committee hearing

Following a national campaign to try and halt the roll-out of Universal Credit, Citizens Advice Southwark was invited to present evidence in support of our campaign to a parliamentary committee. We were represented at the meeting by our Advice Services Manager, Nicola Smith, who answered questions from the committee members and detailed our clients’ experiences.

See the Parliament TV video from the hearing here.

Latest Newsletter

Download our latest Newsletter (PDF). Read about universal credit, Scams awareness and information on local events and advice.

Latest Tweets

If you’re a Southwark Council homeowner who’s worried about how to pay your Actual Annual Service Charges, give our Homeowners Team a call for advice on your options. https://t.co/NtGTAcFkwS

Have we helped you in the past? Next year @CitizensAdvice turns 80 and we’d like your help to show the difference those years of advice have made. Get in touch to tell us your story https://t.co/L5MVmjCiON

The deadline for Southwark Council leaseholders to pay their Actual service charges bills is fast approaching. If you need advice, act now – contact our Homeowners Advice Project for help that is free and independent. https://t.co/NtGTAcFkwS

In January people claiming legacy benefits (like tax credits or employment support allowance) will start moving over to Universal Credit. The government must answer 3 big questions to ensure the system is ready to take on even more people https://t.co/bFO35C1Zxi

Have we helped you in the past? Next year @CitizensAdvice turns 80 and we’d like your help to show the difference those years of advice have made. Get in touch to tell us your story https://t.co/L5MVmjCiON

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