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Who is my county councillor? Use this page to find out about your councillor - the Member of West Sussex County Council who represents you - and how you can contact them.
County Council elections take place every four years. The last elections took place in May 2013 when all 71 Council seats were up for election.
Gain quick access to council information as it is published across our site. Find links to committee meeting minutes, latest decisions, new consulations and ePetitions, and go directly to videos, webcasts, and blog posts.
This section outlines the full council and which political party is in control. It also introduces the Cabinet members and their responsibilities, and who the Chairman and Vice-Chairman of the Council are.
There are eight Members of Parliament (MPs) for West Sussex and each MP represents a constituency area. Find out how to contact your MP.
Councillors and co-opted members (referred to jointly as ‘members’) must observe various rules of conduct, such as registering any employment, business or financial interests they may have. Find out about the Code of Conduct.
The County Council pays allowances to its members to cover the expenses they incur in being a local councillor. Allowances are set following recommendations by an independent panel.
There are 10 MEPs for the South East Region which includes West Sussex. Each MEP has their own specialisation and interests and sits on different parliamentary committees. Find out details of the MEPs for the South East Region.