Your Councillors by Political Grouping

County Councillors are elected every four years and are democratically accountable to residents in their electoral division. Their overriding duty is to the whole community of Lancashire, but they have a special duty to their constituents, including those who did not vote for them.

Councillors are not paid a salary for their work, but they do receive allowances. By law, all members of the Council are required to complete a declaration of interest form, the details of which are published annually. Individual councillor interests can be found on each councillors' profile page listed below or you can view all councillors' Registers of Interests forms in a single PDF document.

Councillors are also required to declare, whether or not they accepted or declined, any gifts or hospitality they received where the value of is estimated at being over £50. Details of any gifts and hospitality councillors have declared can be found on the Gifts and Hospitality search facility.

All Councillors will:

  1. collectively in Full Council be the ultimate policy-makers;
  2. represent their communities and bring their views into the Council's decision-making process;
  3. deal with local issues and act as an advocate for constituents in resolving particular concerns or grievances;
  4. balance different interests within their electoral division and represent the electoral division as a whole;
  5. be available to represent the Council on other bodies;
  6. maintain the highest standards of conduct and ethics in accordance with the Council's Code of Conduct for Members; and register financial and other interests.

To find your councillor please use the below links:

 Conservative

 Labour

 Independents

 Liberal Democrats

 No Description

 The Green Party


Find out more information on what information Lancashire County Council councillors collect and use, and your rights regarding your information by viewing the councillors privacy notice.