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News from the Borough Council and our partners

The Mayor

Details of our current Mayor and how to invite the Mayor to a local event.

Assets of community value

The Community Right to Bid gives communities the right to identify a building or other land that they believe to be of importance to their community's social wellbeing.

Comments, compliments and complaints

We aim to provide high quality services to anyone who lives, works or visits here. If you are happy with the work we do, or if you want to complain about a service or our response to a request, you can register your comments with us.

Consultations and surveys

A list of consultations and surveys currently open to public comment.

Council and democracy: committees, councillors, elections data

Information on committees, meetings, councillors, parish councils, elections and petitions.

Elections and voting

To vote you must be: On the electoral register At least 18 years old A British, Commonwealth or Irish citizen

Political and management structure

The Council is made up of officers and 39 elected members.

Run a Council service

The community right to challenge lets voluntary and community groups express an interest in running a local authority service. It makes sure their ideas get a fair hearing and they get the time they need to prepare effective bids.

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