Welcome to Warwickshire's Council & Democracy pages

Warwickshire County Council now webcasts Full Council, Cabinet, Overview and Scrutiny and Regulatory Committee meetings.  Here is a link to the Council's Webcasting Service: Link

 

You will find information about councillors, committees, and the decisions made by the Council on these democracy pages.

Warwickshire County Council has 57 councillors, who are elected every four years. Elections were held on 4 May 2017. You can see a map showing the results of the 2017 elections here. A by-election took  place on 3 May 2018 for the Leamington Willes Division. The results of that by-election are included on the map. 

A map of Warwickshire Divisions and member's photos can be found here: Warwickshire Map


The current political composition of the Council is 36 Conservative members, 10 Labour members, 7 Liberal Democrat members, 2 Green members and 1 Independent. The leaders of the political groups are Councillor Izzi Seccombe (Conservative), Councillor Richard Chattaway (Labour), Councillor Jerry Roodhouse (Liberal Democrat) and Councillor Jonathan Chilvers (Green).

The Council makes its decisions via a Cabinet of 9 members. Details of their responsibilities can be found here: Cabinet responsibilities.

Please note that all meetings (unless otherwise specified) are open to members of the public to attend.  

We welcome ideas from the public and partner organisations on suggested topics for consideration by our Overview and Scrutiny Committees.  If you have any ideas visit our blog (the link is below) or contact us.



Contact Democratic Services

Tel: 01926 413747 or 412113

Email: democraticservices@warwickshire.gov.uk

Top Tasks

List of County Councillors

Look for Committee papers

View or create a petition

View decisions taken by the Council

Useful Links

Find my Councillor

Ordnance Survey Mapping of Electoral Boundaries

Warks Democracy on Twitter

The WarksDemocracy blog

Warwickshire County Council's Constitution

Consultation Hub

Outside Bodies