How do I get around this site?
To move around the site, click on the menu items with your mouse. The main menu is on the left. When you have clicked on a main menu item, a sub-menu appears.
Once you have left the home page, you'll notice that a line of text at the top left of each page shows you which section you are in. The words are links and can be used to trace your steps back to the home page.
Using the search box
The search is located at the top right hand corner of most web pages on the Tower Hamlets website. Using the site search is often the quickest route to the information you are looking for.
To use the site search, type in a word or phrase relating to the information you are looking for into the search box and then click the 'go' button. A list of links to pages containing your search word will come up.
What is the A-Z of services?
Tower Hamlets provides a range of services for residents and local businesses and f these are listed in the A-Z of services. You can also find this information by searching the website.
What are PDFs and how do I read them?
PDF stands for Portable Document File. It's an established way of publishing documents on the web and retaining their original printed look.
You need a plug-in called Adobe Acrobat to read these files. This is available to download free of charge at www.adobe.com.
How can I view a Word file if I don't have Microsoft Word software?
Microsoft has made a free Word Viewer available to download.
The text is too small for me to read - how can I change it?
In Internet Explorer go to View > Text size and select the text size, e.g. Larger or Largest
My browser out of date - how can I get a new one?
The latest versions of many browsers can be downloaded free of charge from their web sites:
Reporting a website problem
If you notice any problems with the Tower Hamlets Council website please email the web team at email@example.com
Information in other languages
If you need to contact Tower Hamlets Council in your own language use our Council Hotline telephone numbers .
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