- 1 How do I complain about my local Councillor?
- 2 How many Councillors are there in North Lanarkshire?
- 3 Who is the leader of Dudley Council?
- 4 Who can stand as a local Councillor?
- 5 What powers do local Councillors have?
- 6 Can a local Councillor be sacked?
- 7 Who is the Councillor for Coatbridge?
- 8 Who is the Councillor for Bellshill?
- 9 What towns are in North and South Lanarkshire?
- 10 How do I contact Dudley Council?
- 11 Who is the leader of Sandwell Council?
- 12 Do local Councillors get paid?
- 13 How long are Councillors elected?
- 14 Why do I want to be a Councillor?
How do I complain about my local Councillor?
If your complaint is about a breach of a Code of Conduct by a councillor. You should complain to CESPLS. You can download a complaint form or upload a complaint on the CESPLS website.
How many Councillors are there in North Lanarkshire?
Council Leader after election Elections to North Lanarkshire Council were held on Thursday 4 May 2017, on the same day as the 31 other local authorities in Scotland. The election utilised the twenty-one wards created under the Local Governance (Scotland) Act 2004, with 77 Councillors being elected.
Who is the leader of Dudley Council?
The Leader of the Conservative Group, Councillor Patrick Harley, is Leader of the Council.
Who can stand as a local Councillor?
Who can be a councillor? The easy answer is almost anyone can be a councillor, as long as you are: • British or a citizen of the Commonwealth or European Union • at least 18 years old • registered to vote in the area or have lived, worked or owned property there for at least 12 months before an election.
What powers do local Councillors have?
The councillor’s role and responsibilities include:
- representing the ward for which they are elected.
- developing and reviewing council policy.
- scrutinising decisions taken by the councillors on the executive or cabinet.
- regulatory, quasi-judicial and statutory duties.
- community leadership and engagement.
Can a local Councillor be sacked?
But one thing is not allowed: you can ‘t be administratively removed or suspended, or excluded from council meetings. It therefore said council officers ought to have their own power not only to sanction, but to suspend councillors for up to six months, for any breach of the rules.
Who is the Councillor for Coatbridge?
Councillor Caroline Stephen Coatbridge West Ward 10.
Who is the Councillor for Bellshill?
Councillor Curran can be contacted at home on 01698 842434 or at the Civic Centre on 01698 302683. Member and Committee Information.
|Political Group||Scottish Labour Party|
|Elected on||1 Apr 1996|
What towns are in North and South Lanarkshire?
How do I contact Dudley Council?
Advisors are still taking calls by phone and residents can contact them on 0300 555 2345. If you are reporting an emergency, use 0300 555 2345. If this service is closed, a recorded message will advise what you should do.
Who is the leader of Sandwell Council?
David Stevens has been appointed as Chief Executive of Sandwell Council.
Do local Councillors get paid?
There is no salary for being a councillor. However, you will be paid an allowance to reimburse you for time and expenses incurred whilst on council business.
How long are Councillors elected?
Councillors are elected for a four-year term.
Why do I want to be a Councillor?
There can be many reasons why you might want to be a councillor. You may be concerned about your community and want to help improve it by: making sure people get the right services. making sure people’s views are heard and taken into account.