This page explains the role of a councillor, as well as how you can find and contact your local councillor.
We have 43 councillors elected by registered voters in their wards. The full list of councillors is below.
The political representation on Monmouthshire County Council is:
Since May 2012 the council is led by Peter Fox (Conservative), with Robert Greenland (Conservative) and Phil Hobson (Liberal Democrat) as Deputy Leaders. The Chief Executive is Paul Matthews.
The council Chairman this year is Councillor John Prosser.
Role of a councillor
Our councillors carry out the following duties:
For more information:
The cabinet consists of the leader of the council and seven other cabinet members. The leader is appointed by the council and the cabinet members are appointed by the leader. The cabinet, which meets monthly, takes decisions about local services in line with the overall budget and policy framework set by the council. Some decisions are made by individual cabinet members, and these are publicised in advance in the same way as collective cabinet decisions.
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