Find your local councillor and about the council’s constitution
Councillors and meetings
Tandridge District Council has 42 councillors who are elected in thirds, which means 14 seats are usually contested at a time. Parties need 22 seats to control the Council. The current political balance is 31 Conservatives, 6 Liberal Democrats, 2 Independents Group Councillors, 2 Oxted and Limpsfield Residents' Group councillors and 1 Independent. The Council is run by a Conservative administration.
Information about committees, how to attend one, meeting dates, agendas and minutes.
What’s involved and how to become one.
Details about the political structure of the council.
Councillors do not receive a salary, but they do receive a number of different allowances.
How to vote and election information.
Details of the code of conduct all councillors must sign up to.
Links to Surrey County Council Local Committee and councillors.
Current and previous political control of the council.