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We have established a scheme of allowances for elected members (councillors) based upon recommendations of the Independent Remuneration Panel (IRP).
Whatever needs changing in your neighbourhood, you could be just the person to change it by becoming a local councillor.
Councillor surgeries are open sessions where you can get information and advice or enquire about services that the council provides.
Councillor standards apply to the conduct of councillor and co-opted members when they are acting as members of the authority, including meetings of the authority.
You can make a complaint about a councillor if you feel that they have failed to abide by the council's Code of conduct.
We have 57 councillors divided into 22 wards
How to make an official complaint about a councillor
Details of the scheme of allowances for elected councillors for 2017/18
Information on attending one of these open sessions to receive information and advice
See how many meetings each councillor has attended.
Information on how to become a Councillor