Details of all current committees, including members, meetings, papers and agendas. Also see committees from previous years
The County Council has 62 councillors representing 56 electoral divisions. They are elected for a four year term.
The Council publishes information about all of the decisions that it takes.
The process by which councillors monitor, scrutinise and propose improvements to Council services
Community forums are local meetings which offer a straightforward way for residents to put their views and concerns about local issues directly councillors, councils, the police, local health services and community groups.
The role of the Police and Crime Panel is to scrutinise the Police and Crime Commissioner, promote openness in the transaction of police business and to support the Police and Crime Commissioner in the effective exercise of his/her functions..
There are 10 independent older peoples groups across the county, consisting of Older People’s Forums (OPFs), Senior People’s Forum (SPF), Senior Citizens Action Networks (SCANs) and Counsel of Older Residents (CORE).
We run a variety of consultations on issues affecting all residents and businesses in the county. The results of these consultations are fed directly into our policy and decision making processes.
We welcome petitions and recognises that petitions are one way in which people can let us know their concerns. Anyone who lives, works or studies in Warwickshire, including under 18’s, can sign or organise a petition.
How to complaint about councillors, the types of things that you can complain about, and how these are handled.
Find contact details for the MPs in Warwickshire.
Information on elections and registering to vote.
The range of powers Councils have are many and varied and include the purchase of land and buildings, providing and maintaining village greens, the provision of recreational facilities, crime prevention measures, and traffic calming.
Corporate Governance is about delivering our promises, engaging with our communities and maintaining high standards of conduct. It sets the framework for the way in which we work corporately to achieve our priorities and it is essential for the delivery of high quality services. It is all about ”doing the right thing”.
Warwickshire County Council has agreed a constitution which sets out how the Council operates and makes decisions are made.
The Government recognised that more people should have more choice and a louder voice about the services they receive not only from the NHS, but social care as well, in recognition that people tend not to use just one service alone and care packages can involve both health and social care.