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The Local Authority database covers all local government including Councillors, Senior and Mid-Level Management Posts and key lower level functional positions across all UK Councils. This database covers Social Care, Adult Services, Children’s Services, Health, Housing and Education as well as Police and Fire Services, plus Parks, Transport and Combined Authorities.

The structure of Local Authorities varies across the UK. England has a mixture of ‘single tier’ authorities – Unitary / Metropolitan / London Boroughs and ‘two tier’ authorities – English Country Councils and District Councils, where functions are divided between the two authority types. Wales and Scotland have a single Unitary Authority for each area.

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BREAKDOWN OF THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT DATABASE

Counts and coverage is shown by the key selection areas of the database.

Total Number of Records
44637
Named Contacts
40089
Postal Addresses
44637
Number of Organisations
717
Number of Sites
23129
Direct Phone Numbers
31269
Main Phone Numbers
44270
Unique Direct Emails
39653
Organisational Emails
512

LOCAL GOVERNMENT ORGANISATION TYPES BREAKDOWN

Organisation type
Contact count
Local Government
Combined Authority
62
Local Government
Fire Authority
33
Local Government
Fire Service
631
Local Government
Greater London Authority
58
Local Government
Isle of Man Government
31
Local Government
Joint Valuation Board
15
Local Government
LA Purchasing Organisation
5
Local Government
LATC/Private Company
178
Local Government
Leisure Trust
766
Local Government
Local Authority
40771
Local Government
Local Authority Association
165
Local Government
National Park Authority
191
Local Government
NI Education & Library Board
110
Local Government
NI Housing Executive
2
Local Government
Offshore Island Council
114
Local Government
Passenger Transport Authority
46
Local Government
Police and Crime Commissioner
634
Local Government
Police Force
833
Local Government
Port Authority
53
Local Government
Purchasing Organisation
45
De-duplicated total
44637

LOCAL GOVERNMENT CATEGORIES AND FUNCTIONS BREAKDOWN

ID
Categories
Contact count
3
Seniority
Chairman
Most senior ‘non executive’ contact
76
4
Seniority
Vice/Deputy Chairman
Reporting directly to the Chairman, second most senior ‘non executive’ contact
20
6
Seniority
Chief Officer
The most senior Executive Contact
719
9
Seniority
Deputy/Assistant Chief Officer
Some organisations have specific Deputy Chief Officer posts, distinct to other Top Level Directors – e.g. Deputy Chief Constables in Police Forces
380
11
Seniority
Clerk/Secretary
Most senior Administrative contact. Specific and in some cases statutory post
24
12
Seniority
Top Level Director
Senior Director who reports directly to the Chief Officer
2559
13
Seniority
Second Level / Head of Service
Assistant Director or Head of Service that reports to a Director or equivalent
5797
769
Seniority
Third Tier/Manager
Heads of Service or Managers that report directly to ‘Second Tier’ employees – i.e. are two levels below ‘Top/Director’ Level
7619
41
Administration/Planning
Best Value
Responsible for the implementation and compliance with of the Government’s “Best Value” requirements. This approach is the evaluation of ”services” based on all merits, not just cost.
408
832
Administration/Planning
Brexit
Lead contact for the organisation dealing with issues and planning surrounding the UK leaving the EU
191
44
Administration/Planning
Central Administrative Services
Central management of administrative support services provided for other departments.
943
45
Administration/Planning
Cleaning Buildings
Management of the internal day-to-day cleaning of the organisations buildings.
368
46
Administration/Planning
Corporate/Strategic/Policy Planning
Involves advising/planning in connection with strategic issues and developing systematic processes to enable, general organisational development, expenditure programmes and services to be evaluated and optimised.
1875
47
Administration/Planning
Customer Services
Responsible for ensuring services are provided efficiently and effectively to the public. This is likely to include points of direct contact with the organisation.
780
751
Administration/Planning
Electoral Registration
Manage the register of electors within Local Authorities
621
49
Administration/Planning
Freedom of Information
Responsible for the ”publication scheme” and facilitating public access to all types of information held by the organisation
541
50
Administration/Planning
Members Services
Managing and running Councillors rooms, bars and restaurants.
720
753
Administration/Planning
Monitoring Officer
Responsible for monitoring and ensuring both the elected councillors and employed officers within Local Government are working legally and ethically
480
52
Administration/Planning
Operational Services
Strategic role concerned with service delivery from a logistical perspective. Often involves co-ordinating partnerships with other organisations.
654
53
Administration/Planning
Printing / Reprographics
Internal provision of printing services for the organisiation
87
54
Administration/Planning
Property Enqs/Local Land Charges
Dealing with enquiries about physical proposals (road improvements, new schools, etc.) which would affect a specific curtilage (area of land). This is part of all house sales processes.
454
55
Administration/Planning
Quality Assurance
Monitoring the services provided by the organisation/department against predefined standards.
792
51
Administration/Planning
Scrutiny
Responsible for ensuring policies are effective and monitoring openness and fairness with the decision making of elected Councillors and the management of the Council.
443
56
Adult Services
Admin/Management/Support Services
Provide support in running the department, could be information management/strategic development/co-ordination of resources/paperwork etc
215
57
Adult Services
Area/District Officer
Usually based at other/satellite offices responsible for service provision in a defined area
70
58
Adult Services
Community Care
Primarily involved with helping adults live at home through advice, guidance and provision of support. Often focused on the physical and mentally handicapped and elderly.
481
59
Adult Services
Criminal Justice
Responsible for statutory assessment and supervision of adult offenders (aged 16 and over)
114
60
Adult Services
Learning Disabilities
Provide support for adults with all forms of Learning Difficulties
203
61
Adult Services
Lifelong Learning
Development of strategies for the provision of Adult Education via community schools/neighbourhood centres/community centres/adult education College and co-ordination with external providers for education and training schemes, such as ”Learn Direct”
208
62
Adult Services
Management of Own Care Services
Responsible for the management of the organisations/departments own care facilities – Support Centres, Care Homes etc
179
63
Adult Services
Mental Health Services
Support people with Mental Health problems. Often Local Authorities work jointly with NHS Trusts and voluntary and charity organisations.
220
64
Adult Services
Occupational Therapy
Responsible for assessing and providing information, advice and support for people coping with disabilities at home, helping them to be more independent.
148
65
Adult Services
Older People
Responsible for helping the elderly through support at home (assessments/home care/home adaptations etc), supporting older people returning from hospital and organising Day Services and Care Homes.
253
66
Adult Services
Operational Services
Strategic role concerned with service delivery of Adult Services/Social Care from a logistical perspective.
81
67
Adult Services
Overall Responsibility
The Director or equivalent of the Department responsible for Adult Social Care – this person has overall responsibility for all areas of service provision.
217
68
Adult Services
Physical Disabilities
Responsible for helping people between 18 and 64 with Physical Disabilities to live either at home via home care or provide suitable accommodation – this may be supported living or a Residential/Nursing Home.
168
69
Adult Services
Planning/Development
Responsible for the strategic development of Adult Social Care service provision
155
70
Adult Services
Quality Assurance
Monitoring the services provided by the department, may involve dealing with complaints
131
71
Adult Services
Research and Information
Responsible for the collation and strategic use of data and other information collected regarding the departments services and the public.
58
72
Adult Services
Social Care
Responsible for all or some areas of Adult Social Care/Services
622
73
Adult Services
Substance Misuse
Provide advice, guidance and support for people with drug and alcohol dependencies
50
792
Board/Committee
HWB – Chair
The Chairperson of the Health and Wellbeing Board
128
793
Board/Committee
HWB – Member
Member of the Health and Wellbeing Board
990
694
Board/Committee
PCP Chair
Chairperson of the Police and Crime Commissioner PCP Board
24
14
Board/Committee
PCP Councillor Member
Elected/Councillor Member of Police and Crime Commissioner PCP Board
194
15
Board/Committee
PCP Independent Member
Non Employed Member of the Police and Crime Commissioner PCP Board
107
74
Building & Engineering
Architectural Services
Undertake in-house architectural work and manage work outsourced to private practices and consultants.
323
75
Building & Engineering
Direct Service Operations
The contractor side within Local Authorities, providing various maintenance and building functions, often based within council depots. Regularly referred to as ”Neighbourhood Services”
395
76
Building & Engineering
Technical Services
Provide engineering and building maintenance services in relation to the organisations buildings, heating, ventilation, electrical and plumbing services.
466
510
Cabinet Members
Adult Services
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for Adult Health and Social Care
175
811
Cabinet Members
Audit
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for Audit
32
508
Cabinet Members
Cabinet/Executive Chair
Often the Leader of the Council. The most senior person within the cabinet and who officially appoints the members of the cabinet
321
509
Cabinet Members
Cabinet/Executive Vice Chair
Often the Deputy Leader of the Council. The most second senior person within the cabinet.
312
511
Cabinet Members
Childrens Services
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for Children’s Education, Health and Social Care
196
512
Cabinet Members
Climate Strategy
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for Climate Strategy
234
513
Cabinet Members
Communications/PR
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for Communications/PR
332
514
Cabinet Members
Community Development
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for Community Social Development
336
515
Cabinet Members
Community Safety
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for Community/Public Safety
330
516
Cabinet Members
Cultural Services
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for Museums, Libraries and other Cultural Services
305
517
Cabinet Members
e-Government
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for implementing online/automated ways of providing public services utilising multi-media technologies
330
518
Cabinet Members
Employment/Skills
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for Employment/Skills
163
519
Cabinet Members
Environment
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for issues concerning the Local Environment – may include Planning, Waste, Cleansing, Sustainability etc
317
520
Cabinet Members
Environmental Health
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for Environmental Health
314
521
Cabinet Members
Equal Opps/Womens Rights Cabinet Mbr
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for Equal Opps/Women’s Rights
179
522
Cabinet Members
Estates & Property
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for Estates, Facilities and Property owned by the Council
330
523
Cabinet Members
Finance
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for Finance and Financial Management of the Council
329
524
Cabinet Members
Fire Service
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for the Local Fire Service
150
817
Cabinet Members
Geological Disposal
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for Geological Disposal
82
525
Cabinet Members
Health
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for Public Health
329
526
Cabinet Members
Highways
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for Highways Planning, Maintenance and Traffic Management
226
527
Cabinet Members
Housing
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for Housing, Housing Management, Provision and Homelessness
309
528
Cabinet Members
Human Resources
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for the management of Human Resources/Personnel within the Council
325
529
Cabinet Members
Inclusion
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for Social and Community Inclusion
55
530
Cabinet Members
IT
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for the management and strategy of the Council’s IT and ICT systems
330
531
Cabinet Members
Lifelong Learning
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for Adult Lifelong Learning
192
532
Cabinet Members
Neighbourhood
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for Neighbourhood Services
201
533
Cabinet Members
Older People
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for the care and support of older people
223
534
Cabinet Members
Organisational Devpt
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for the strategic and policies connected with the development of the organisation
193
546
Cabinet Members
Other
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with other/non specified responsibilities
42
535
Cabinet Members
Partnerships
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for the development, management and assessment of Partnerships with external organisations
339
536
Cabinet Members
Performance Mngmnt
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for monitoring the performance of the Council, including from quality and financial perspectives
329
537
Cabinet Members
Physical Planning
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for the processing of planning applications, taking account of the council policies and environmental considerations
332
538
Cabinet Members
Policy/Strategy
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for Policies and Strategies connected with the improvement of the Council
330
539
Cabinet Members
Recreation & Leisure
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for Recreation & Leisure Services, including encouraging Sports and managing Leisure Centres
328
540
Cabinet Members
Regeneration
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for Economic Regeneration within the Councils area
331
541
Cabinet Members
Resources
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for the management and deployment of Council Resources
331
542
Cabinet Members
Trading Standards
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for protecting the public/consumers by ensuring businesses are trading fairly
169
543
Cabinet Members
Transport
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for Transport Planning and Strategy, including Public Transport
267
544
Cabinet Members
Waste/Recycling
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for Waste Collection, Management, Disposal and Recycling
332
545
Cabinet Members
Youth
In Councils that have opted for an Executive/Cabinet System. Elected person with responsibility for strategies around and services to Young People
285
77
Childrens Services
Admin/Management/Support Services
Provide support in running the department, could be Information Management/Strategic Development/Co-ordination of Resources/Paperwork etc
192
78
Childrens Services
Area/District Officer
Usually based at other/satellite offices responsible for child social care service provision in a defined area
80
79
Childrens Services
Childrens Services – Literacy
Responsible for the assessment and improvement of the literacy of children within state schools.
167
80
Childrens Services
Educational Grants
Financial support for students within Education (including Further Education) – includes grants for clothes/travel/food etc
97
81
Childrens Services
Educational Strategy
Responsible for monitoring the quality of Education provided by the department and developing new and better ways to provide services.
492
82
Childrens Services
Family Services
Assessment and support of families to ensure the health and welfare of children and young people
449
83
Childrens Services
Fostering/Adoption
Helping Children who are unable to be with their own parents though assessment of suitable people for adoption (taking on a child full time) and fostering (looking after a child on behalf of a Local Authority). This may include advice, support and financ
217
84
Childrens Services
Management of Own Care Services
Responsible for the management of the organisations/departments own care facilities
44
775
Childrens Services
Occupational Therapy
Responsible for assessing and providing information, advice and support for young people coping with disabilities at home, helping them to be more independent.
82
85
Childrens Services
Other Educational
Responsible for a non specified element of the departments/schools education services
220
86
Childrens Services
Overall Responsibility
The Director or equivalent of the Department responsible for Childrens Education and Social Care – in most Local Authorities, Education and Childrens Social Care all fall within one Department
214
87
Childrens Services
Physical Disabilities
Assessment of need and support at home (via home alterations/equipment/meals/visits etc) and via day/respite/nursing and residential care.
119
88
Childrens Services
Planning/Development
Responsible for the strategic development of Childrens Services
134
89
Childrens Services
Pre-School / Early Years
Provide information and advice to parents regarding nurseries/playgroups and childcare. Often includes support and training for providers of these services.
156
90
Childrens Services
Psychology
Statutory requirement for Local Authorities to assess and provide support for children where they have been identified as having special educational needs (SEN).
152
91
Childrens Services
Pupil Assessment
Indentify and support those children that have problems with accessing education – eg physical disabilities or medical needs.
112
92
Childrens Services
Quality Assurance
Monitoring the services provided by the department, may involve dealing with complaints
194
93
Childrens Services
Research and Information
Responsible for the collation and strategic use of data and other information collected regarding the departments services and the public.
52
94
Childrens Services
School Admissions
Concerned with offering and allocating places within state schools for children up to 16 – including dealing with appeals and statuary responsibilities
210
95
Childrens Services
School Travel Planning
Responsible for planning and co-ordinating transport to get children to school though ‘travel plans’ – may include promotion of green/healthy alternatives – eg cycling/walking.
141
96
Childrens Services
Schools Inspection
Visiting schools to report on their level of service/education. Done by ESTYN (Wales) HMIE (Scotland) OFSTED (England). These reports may be followed up by inspections by the Local Authorities.
95
97
Childrens Services
Social Care
Responsible for all/some areas of Children’s Social Care
671
98
Childrens Services
Special Educational Needs
Co-ordinating the support of children who have some form of learning difficulty and require additional help learning. All Schools have a Special Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO) and help may be provided through extra or different lessons
251
99
Childrens Services
Substance Misuse
Develop strategies to reduce alcohol and drug usage/dependency. Including through intervention, education and awareness raising.
20
756
Childrens Services
Virtual Headteacher
Contacts in Local Government supporting and providing Education for Children and Young People in Care
173
100
Childrens Services
Welfare
Provide advice and support to schools, children their families where there are social or emotional problems affecting school attendance or education in general
270
101
Childrens Services
Youth Offending
Service provided by Councils/Police/Courts and the Probation Service. Developing strategies to help young people avoid breaking the law, or repeating offences.
339
102
Communications
Call Centre
Co-ordinating the organisations call/contact centre – used to deal with inbound enquiries from the Public for common services – Benefits/Waste Management/Environmental Health etc
95
103
Communications
Health Promotion
Promoting healthier lifestyles to the public, including advise and support on Diet, Exercise, Alcohol and Tobacco control etc
107
105
Communications
Public Relations/Marketing
Promoting the image and services provided by the organisation
1165
681
Dual Membership
County/District
Elected Councillor within Local Government working for both a County and District Council
971
683
Dual Membership
District/County
Elected Councillor within Local Government working for both a District and County Council
779
685
Dual Membership
GLA/London Borough
Elected Councillor within Local Government working for both the GLA and a London Borough
2
686
Dual Membership
London Borough/GLA
Elected Councillor within Local Government working for both a London Borough and the GLA
1
801
Economic Development
Economic Development – Digital Inclusion
Investment and planning around providing inclusive access to the internet and IT and the provision of broadband and high speed internet connections
172
107
Economic Development
Economic Development – Education Training & Careers
Responsible for the transferred services from Connexions and helping young people find appropriate Education and Training for the workplace and to connect them with employers.
159
106
Economic Development
Economic Development – Planning
The development of economic policies and related action programmes which aim to create employment, attract businesses into the area and provide training.
818
109
Economic Development
Economic Development – Regeneration
Responsible for fostering and developing Economic Growth through Business and Community Support via guidance, financial incentives and investment
758
113
Economic Development
Industrial Development
Overseeing and management of primarily local authority owned industrial estates and property.
325
193
Emergency
Emergency Planning
Planning for and co-ordination of emergency services and related services to deal with disasters and major problems.
637
194
Emergency
Emergency Services
Contacts working within the three Emergency Services
1341
195
Emergency
Fire Service
A few County Councils operate the local fire service. In most areas a Fire Authority covering an area larger than a county operates the service.
610
196
Environmental
Contaminated Land
Responsible for the classification and management of contaminated land and associated issues
193
197
Environmental
Countryside Services
Responsible for the management of the Countryside, including the conservation of wildlife, ecology, historical and natural resources.
167
198
Environmental
Environmental Health
Undertaking all the environmental health functions laid down by statute.
690
199
Environmental
Environmental Health – Food Safety
Responsible for the inspection of businesses preparing, manufacturing, catering, or retailing of food. May also provide some licenses.
137
200
Environmental
Environmental Services – Overall Responsibility
The top contact for the environment department – primarily within Local Authorities
407
776
Environmental
Flood Risk
Responsible for developing strategies to deal with local flood risks. Includes liaising with other departments such as Emergency Planning and external bodies such as the Environment Agency.
248
816
Environmental
Geological Disposal
Officer or Elected Representative in Councils involved witht he planning around the the geological disposal of hazardous or nuclear waste
126
201
Environmental
Green/Conservation/Sustainability
Development of environmental policies and programmes for in-house action and application to services provided by the authority and more widely.
690
202
Environmental
Recycling Education/Promotion
Developing strategies to promote the benefits of recycling to the public and into schools.
574
203
Environmental
Refuse Collection
Domestic and industrial collection. Often limited to managing contracts with private companies and dealing with the public.
673
204
Environmental
Refuse Disposal
Management and operation of incinerators, tipping sites and offshore disposal.
572
205
Environmental
Sewerage
Dealing with the maintenance of piped sewerage systems. May be restricted to passing on enquiries as sewerage systems are often the responsibility of private water companies.
117
206
Environmental
Street Cleaning
Public health function, including cleaning roads, subways, gutters and collecting litter
525
207
Environmental
Street Scene
Responsible for developing and improving the ”pedestrian environment” – covers the fixtures and fittings that facilitate its use – bus shelters/signage/planting etc
232
548
Exec Cttee Chair/Convener/Spokesman
Adult Services
In smaller Councils that have opted for an Committee System. Elected person who Chairs the Committee with responsibility for Adult Health and Social Care
32
812
Exec Cttee Chair/Convener/Spokesman
Audit
In smaller Councils that have opted for an Committee System. Elected person who Chairs the Committee with responsibility for Audit
329
549
Exec Cttee Chair/Convener/Spokesman
Childrens Services
In smaller Councils that have opted for an Committee System. Elected person who Chairs the Committee with responsibility for Children’s Health and Social Care
35
550
Exec Cttee Chair/Convener/Spokesman
Climate Strategy
In smaller Councils that have opted for an Committee System. Elected person who Chairs the Committee with responsibility for Climate Strategy
34
551
Exec Cttee Chair/Convener/Spokesman
Communications/PR
In smaller Councils that have opted for an Committee System. Elected person who Chairs the Committee with responsibility for Communications/PR
78
552
Exec Cttee Chair/Convener/Spokesman
Community Development
In smaller Councils that have opted for an Committee System. Elected person who Chairs the Committee with responsibility for Community Social Development
78
553
Exec Cttee Chair/Convener/Spokesman
Community Safety
In smaller Councils that have opted for an Committee System. Elected person who Chairs the Committee with responsibility for Community/Public Safety
81
554
Exec Cttee Chair/Convener/Spokesman
Cultural Services
In smaller Councils that have opted for an Committee System. Elected person who Chairs the Committee with responsibility for Museums, Libraries and other Cultural Services
70
555
Exec Cttee Chair/Convener/Spokesman
e-Government
In smaller Councils that have opted for an Committee System. Elected person who Chairs the Committee with responsibility for implementing online/automated ways of providing public services utilising multi-media technologies
74
556
Exec Cttee Chair/Convener/Spokesman
Employment/Skills
In smaller Councils that have opted for an Committee System. Elected person who Chairs the Committee with responsibility for Employment/Skills
20
557
Exec Cttee Chair/Convener/Spokesman
Environment
In smaller Councils that have opted for an Committee System. Elected person who Chairs the Committee with responsibility for issues concerning the Local Environment – may include Planning, Waste, Cleansing, Sustainability etc
69
558
Exec Cttee Chair/Convener/Spokesman
Environmental Health
In smaller Councils that have opted for an Committee System. Elected person who Chairs the Committee with responsibility for Environmental Health
75
559
Exec Cttee Chair/Convener/Spokesman
Equal Opps/Womens Rights
In smaller Councils that have opted for an Committee System. Elected person who Chairs the Committee with responsibility for Equal Opps/Women’s Rights
41
560
Exec Cttee Chair/Convener/Spokesman
Estates & Property
In smaller Councils that have opted for an Committee System. Elected person who Chairs the Committee with responsibility for Estates, Facilities and Property owned by the Council
72
561
Exec Cttee Chair/Convener/Spokesman
Finance
In smaller Councils that have opted for an Committee System. Elected person who Chairs the Committee with responsibility for Finance and Financial Management of the Council
74
562
Exec Cttee Chair/Convener/Spokesman
Fire Service
In smaller Councils that have opted for an Committee System. Elected person who Chairs the Committee with responsibility for the Local Fire Service
31
818
Exec Cttee Chair/Convener/Spokesman
Geological Disposal
In smaller Councils that have opted for an Committee System. Elected person who Chairs the Committee with responsibility for Geological Disposal
5
563
Exec Cttee Chair/Convener/Spokesman
Health
In smaller Councils that have opted for an Committee System. Elected person who Chairs the Committee with responsibility for Public Health
73
564
Exec Cttee Chair/Convener/Spokesman
Highways
In smaller Councils that have opted for an Committee System. Elected person who Chairs the Committee with responsibility for Highways Planning, Maintenance and Traffic Management
40
565
Exec Cttee Chair/Convener/Spokesman
Housing
In smaller Councils that have opted for an Committee System. Elected person who Chairs the Committee with responsibility for Housing, Housing Management, Provision and Homelessness