Your Councillors

Your Councillors

Councillors are democratically accountable to residents of the city and their ward. The overriding duty of councillors is to the whole community, but they have a special duty to their constituents, including those who did not vote for them.

If you want to discuss any issues with your local councillor, you can -

  • attend your councillors’ advice surgeries
  • meet your councillors through area committees
  • contact your local councillor by email or telephone

Approximately a third of the council is elected every year (over a period of three years and there are no elections every fourth year). The next elections will take place on Thursday 2 May 2019.

To find out more visit the local elections page

In wards where there are only two councillors, there will be elections in two out of four years. 

A councillor’s term of office is usually four years before the seat is subject to elections again.

Political make-up of the Council

Hull is divided into 21 wards represented by 57 ward councillors and has a Labour controlled council

Currently there are -

  • 31 Labour councillors
  • 24 Liberal Democrat councillors
  • 2 Conservative and Unionist councillors

​​​​​Find out more information about councillors and portfolio holders.

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