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Councillor Information

Councillor Information

There are 57 Elected Councillors representing 52 Electoral Divisions across the County.  Councillors are elected for a four year term, the last County Council elections were held on Thursday, 2 May 2013.

County Councillors are elected to represent the interests of local residents and spend a great deal of their time meeting and talking to individuals and groups within their communities. 

They also represent their Worcestershire communities by participating in Council debates and serving on Committees and Overview & Scrutiny Panels.  Some County Councillors also hold 'surgeries' where residents can meet them to raise concerns or ask for help with local issues.

Councillor Allowances and Claims:

The Council is required by law to make a Scheme of Allowances for Councillors and to decide the amounts to be paid to them under the Scheme.

Councillors Claim Search 2009-2013

Expenses payments to individual Councillors:-

right arrow greyIndividual Claims for 2011 (PDF 65 KB)
right arrow greyIndividual Claims for 2010 (PDF 69 KB)
right arrow greyIndividual Claims for 2009 (PDF 43 KB)

A Worcestershire Councillors' Divisional Fund (WCDF) has been created to enable local members to access money to help local initiatives and support 'good works' which play an important role in promoting the economic, social and environmental well-being of communities within Worcestershire.

Contact Us:


 
Email: Member Support Unit

Tel: 01905 766308

 

Member Support Unit
Worcestershire County Council
County Hall
Spetchley Road
Worcester
WR5 2NP

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This page was last reviewed 13 June 2014 at 8:52.
The page is next due for review 10 December 2015.