Councillors are elected to represent an individual geographical unit on the council, known as a ward. They are generally elected every four/five years, with the last elections being held in May 2022. Details of the 24 councillors currently making up the Bay of Colwyn Town Council can be found below, in ward order.
For anyone wanting to know more about Town and Community Councils, One Voice Wales has produced a booklet: Being a Local Councillor
Councillors adhere to Code of Conduct which requires them to declare any personal and prejudicial interests when they occur in Council meetings. The archived register of declared interests can be found using the links below and the current register can be accessed under the councillor information below.
Members Allowances and Expenses:
The Independent Remuneration Panel sets out determinations each year for payments in respect of members of community and town councils. In accordance with S151 of the Local Government (Wales) Measure 2011, listed here is the remuneration received by members in the last financial year.
Becoming a Councillor 2022
One Voice Wales – with assistance from Welsh Government – has published a video to promote and encourage individuals to stand for the local community and town council elections in May 2022. The video, is available here in Welsh and English:
English Home – One Voice Wales
Cllr David Carr
Contact Number: 07921 802764
Email Address: [email protected]