Councillors, committees, meetings and agendas

The council and councillors

There are 36 councillors directing the work of the council, elected by the voters of South Oxfordshire. Our elections are held every four years. You can find councillors and their contact details by:

Council structure

The council has a Cabinet and Leader management structure. The leader of the council is Sue Cooper. The council is in no overall control. The council also has a chairman who attends a considerable number of events in the district during the term of office.

Committees, meetings, agendas and minutes

Access a wide range of information and documents relating to the council’s decision making processes, find out about forthcoming Council meetings and decisions and obtain details for your local political representatives:

  • calendar of meetings – shows when meetings are taking place. Clicking on a meeting name will take you to its agenda and minutes if these have been published, or information about the meeting.
  • meeting agendas and minutes – by clicking on the meeting name you can find agendas, which appear a week before the meeting date, and minutes which show what was discussed at a meeting.
  • Planning Committee meetings and agendas - shows when planning meetings are due to take place and what will be discussed
  • decisions – details of recent decisions taken by the council or various committees.
  • work programmes - a rolling programme of decisions to be made by the council

How to get involved?

Democracy in your community

You may want to look at:

Further information 

  • Elections – Find out how to register to vote and details of upcoming and previous elections.
  • Code of Conduct, councillor allowances and the council’s Constitution – these can all be found in the Library.

My South Oxfordshire Local Search

Use the South Oxfordshire Local Search to find information about council services in the area, such as who your local councillor is. Search by postcode or town/village.

Rules for councillors

  • all councillors and co-opted members of local authority committees are required to comply with a code of conduct
  • you can see the registers of interest for each of the district councillors
  • information about allowances councillors can claim is also available.

Last reviewed: 04 - 06 - 2019

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