Ranil Jayawardena is always happy to meet constituents at his regular surgeries, which give constituents a chance to discuss the most complex cases in person.
Given the number of constituents that Ranil represents - and the number of cases that Ranil is working on at once - please email or write to Ranil in the first instance, as he may be able to help you more quickly than through the next surgery appointment. It is also worth seeing if the problem can be sorted directly (please refer to the "Useful Information" section).
Then, if a surgery appointment is still necessary, we will then be able to book an appointment for you having taken an initial look into the matter.
How can I contact Ranil?
Please email: Ranil@TellRanil.com or write to: The Office of Ranil Jayawardena, The Bury, Odiham, Hampshire, RG29 1NB.
In your email or letter, please include:
- your full postal address and postcode
- a contact telephone number
- details of the case you wish to discuss
Members of Parliament are not permitted to intervene in any matters of a legal nature and cannot offer legal advice, cannot represent other MPs' constituents and do not have any jurisdiction over local Council decisions.