How the council works
Find out more about how the Council is including local people in decision-making.
Here you can find Information on how decisions are made at the Council and how you can get involved.
The key policy, service and financial decisions made at the Council.
The Council's constitution sets out how the Council operates. You can download individual articles and sections of the constitution.
The Leader of the Council, the Leadership Team and their areas of responsibility.
The Council’s management team and structure.
Contact details for Felicity Buchan and Greg Hands, your Members of Parliament (MPs).
Each year the Council elects a councillor to serve as Mayor for twelve months. The Mayor does not take any active political part in the Council's affairs but does chair Council meetings.
The role of the Mayor who serves as the borough's ceremonial and civic head.
Mayors of the royal borough since 1965.
Information on the Council's coat of arms. ‘Quam Bonum In Unum Habitare’ translates as ‘What a good thing it is to dwell together in unity’.
We are reviewing the Constitution to make sure it accurately reflects the 12 principles of good governance
The Council is looking at its formal structures of governance.
An opportunity to raise suggestions, issues or concerns, directly with Members of the Council’s Leadership Team
Information about the role of the Mayor who serves as the Royal Borough's ceremonial and civic head.
The Council's Plan for 2019 to 2023
Forward Plan of all the Council's key decisions. Here you will find the current Forward Plan which is published once a month.
Information on the role of the Town Clerk (Chief Executive). The Council approved the appointment of Dr Barry Quirk on Wednesday 19 July 2017.
How to have your say on Council services.
Information on how to make a liability claim against the Council.
About the role of the Deputy Mayor
How to invite the Mayor to an event.
How to nominate someone for the Mayor's Awards plus last year's winners.
The Mayor's Awards winners for 2019-20