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Councillors

You have two options for finding out who your local councillor is. You can either see a list of all councillors and filter by political party or ward.

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Or, you can find out who your local councillor is plus access a range of really useful information about the area you live in, just by entering your postcode on My Central Bedfordshire. This allows you to see the ward you live in, your local councillor, planning applications around you and a lot more.

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What does your councillor do?

The local community elects councillors.

They are responsible for making decisions on behalf of the local community about local services and budgets, such as Council Tax. Each councillor represents a specific area and serves for a period of 4 years.

The work of a councillor includes holding surgeries to help local people, supporting local organisations, campaigning on local issues, and developing links with all parts of the community.

Councillors are entitled to allowances and expenses to cover some of the costs of carrying out their public duties. They are not paid a salary or wages.

All councillors abide by a code of conduct, part of which requires them to declare any financial interests, gifts or hospitality that could influence any decisions they make.

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