Councillors are people elected by your area to represent you in the Council's decision making processes. They are usually members of a political party, although some choose not to belong to a party and are called Independents.
Tandridge District Council has 42 councillors elected to look after the interests of the District as a whole and their local community.
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Tandridge District Council
8 Station Road East
Oxted RH8 0BT
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