In this section you can 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.
Information regarding Council Meeting, Cabinet and committee meetings. You can find the agendas, minutes of previous meetings, as well as officer reports discussed at previous meetings. Information is also provided on dates of future meetings, and issues that will be discussed in future.
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The borough of Stockport is made up of 21 wards with 3 councillors representing each ward.
The council is composed of 63 councillors (as of 15 May 2023):
Liberal Democrats 29 Labour (inc Labour & Co-operative) 24 Edgeley Community Association 3 Green 3 Independent Ratepayers 3 Independent 1
Councillors are normally elected for a period of four years and elections usually take place on the first Thursday in May on three out of four years.
You can find further details of Stockport's council’s MPs, and councillors on these pages.
Many of our committee meetings are now being webcast 'live' and made available to view after the meeting has taken place for a further 12 months. You can view our webcasts by visiting our dedicated Webcast Website.
You can find information about the Council's decision making procedures in our Constitution
You can access and sign current ePetitions submitted to this Council, as well as accessing information on ePetitions that have already been completed.
It is also possible to subscribe to updates in order to receive information via e-mail regarding particular issues and committee meetings.
Contact deatils for the council representatives on outside bodies and forums that are independent from the council.
Information regarding the decisions taken by the Cabinet, committees, etc, as well as officer delegated decisions taken by council officers.
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