Speaking to your local councillor
All councils are led by democratically elected councillors who set the vision and direction, and represent their local community.
Councillors are responsible for making decisions on their behalf about local services and spending, including setting council tax.
Each councillor represents a specific area, called wards, and serves for four years.
You can contact your councillor by:
You have two options for finding out who your local councillor is.
Find your councillor
You can see a list of all councillors and filter by political party or ward, or you can choose a councillor from the list and view their contact information, register of interests and appointments to outside bodies.