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Your local councillor can help you in a number of ways, they represent the area, they act in your interest and they help to resolve problems in your neighbourhood.
If you have a problem your local councillor is there to help you. You can still contact your councillor even if the issue is not a district council one and they will take up your issue on your behalf.
The Council is made up of 48 councillors who represent 34 wards or areas.
The Council was elected on 7th May 2015. It is made up of 31 Conservatives and 17 Liberal Democrats.
The next election for North Norfolk District Council will be in May 2019.
Residents in the district also elect 11 councillors to Norfolk County Council every four years. The next County Election will be held in May 2017.
Find Your Councillor
This page tells you about your District Councillors - you can search for:
Parishes: Felbrigg, Roughton, Southrepps, Thorpe Market
Committees: Cabinet, Full Council, Planning Policy and Built Heritage Working Party, Development Committee
Parishes: Briningham, Fulmodeston/Barney, Hindolveston, Melton Constable, Swanton Novers, Thurning, Wood Norton
Committees: Full Council, Development Committee, Licensing & Appeals Committee
Parishes: Aylmerton, Runton
Committees: Development Committee, Overview & Scrutiny Committee, Full Council
Parishes: Fakenham North
Committees: Full Council, Overview & Scrutiny Committee, Licensing & Appeals Committee
Parishes: Antingham, Gimingham, Knapton, Swafield, Trunch
Committees: Development Committee, Licensing & Appeals Committee, Full Council
Committees: Full Council, Licensing & Appeals Committee, Licensing Sub-Committees
Last updated: 10th February 2017