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Councillors - Your Brentwood Councillor

Council Chamber at Annual Council 08Brentwood Borough Council has the current political make up:
Conservative 21
Liberal Democrat 9
Labour 2
Brentwood First 4
Independent 1

Each councillor is elected for a period of four years and must then either stand down or seek re-election. Elections are held each year, on the first Thursday in May, for a third of the seats. In the fourth year no Borough Council election takes place because of the County Council elections.

To view contact details and information regarding your local Brentwood Councillor please click on the appropriate tab listed on the left hand side of this web page.

Who Is My Local Councillor?

If you do not know the name of your local councillor please use our on line facility Who's My Councillor and enter your house name or number and postcode.

The Leader of Brentwood Borough Council is Councillor Louise McKinlay.

How Do I Become a Local Councillor?

If you enjoy being part of a community and would like to make a difference and do more to help then how about becoming a councillor? You must be British, Irish, a member of the Commonwealth or other European Union country, and over 18 to stand for election. You can either be nominated through a political party or nominate yourself as an independent (with ten registered electors in support). For more details please contact Electoral Services on 01277 312709.

Choosing your local councillor

You get the chance to vote for your local councillors each year, usually on the first Thursday in May. Brentwood has what's called a two-tier authority. This means that Essex County Council provides some of our local services, these include education, social services, fire and rescue, highways, trading standards and consumer protection. It also means that every fourth year you can vote for a local County councillor rather than a Borough councillor. For further information please go to the Electoral Services section of this website.

Additional Information Available

Further information can be found within the Councillors - Information section of this website:

Details of the Council Committees and Panels can be found within the Democracy section of this website.

Information also included:

 

Online services

Breadcrumb, my location

Councillors - Your Brentwood Councillor

Brentwood Borough Council has the current political make up:
Conservative 21
Liberal Democrat 9
Labour 2
Brentwood First 4
Independent 1

Each councillor is elected for a period of four years and must then either stand down or seek re-election. Elections are held each year, on the first Thursday in May, for a third of the seats. In the fourth year no Borough Council election takes place because of the County Council elections.

To view contact details and information regarding your local Brentwood Councillor please click on the appropriate tab listed on the left hand side of this web page.

Who Is My Local Councillor?

If you do not know the name of your local councillor please use our on line facility Who's My Councillor and enter your house name or number and postcode.

The Leader of Brentwood Borough Council is Councillor Louise McKinlay.

How Do I Become a Local Councillor?

If you enjoy being part of a community and would like to make a difference and do more to help then how about becoming a councillor? You must be British, Irish, a member of the Commonwealth or other European Union country, and over 18 to stand for election. You can either be nominated through a political party or nominate yourself as an independent (with ten registered electors in support). For more details please contact Electoral Services on 01277 312709.

Choosing your local councillor

You get the chance to vote for your local councillors each year, usually on the first Thursday in May. Brentwood has what's called a two-tier authority. This means that Essex County Council provides some of our local services, these include education, social services, fire and rescue, highways, trading standards and consumer protection. It also means that every fourth year you can vote for a local County councillor rather than a Borough councillor. For further information please go to the Electoral Services section of this website.

Additional Information Available

Further information can be found within the Councillors - Information section of this website:

Details of the Council Committees and Panels can be found within the Democracy section of this website.

Information also included:

 

Online services