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Daventry District Council is composed of 36 Councillors, each of whom is chosen to represent a defined Ward by its electors.  Elections are by thirds, which means that one third of the seats are subject to re-election in each of three successive years, and County Council elections are held every fourth year. There are 16 electoral wards in the district. 

The political make-up of the Council (as of May 2018) is: 30 Conservative councillors, 5 Labour councillors and 1 Liberal Democrat councillor.

Your local councillor is elected every 4 years to represent your area but Councillors can, of course, decide to submit themselves for re-election and continue to serve longer.  To find your ward, please refer to the Councillors Directory below.

The role of the elected Councillor

Elected Councillors oversee the functions of the authority through their membership of the Strategy Group, Scrutiny and Improvement Committee and Regulatory Committees, each of which has specific areas of responsibility. The full Council makes all policy and budgetary decisions.  Councillors vote on matters relating to the whole of the District as well as their own ward.  Daventry District Council has adopted a Code of Conduct, which sets out the rules that govern the behaviour of its members.

All elected and co-opted Members of the District Council are required to adhere to this Code of Conduct (Part 3 of the Constitution) and must complete a declaration of interest form to register their financial interests and other interests. These can be viewed on the individual Councillor's details in the directory. Any suspected breaches of the code can be referred to the Monitoring Officer.

The principal roles of an elected Councillor are:

  • To represent the interests of all residents in their ward
  • To offer advice and assistance on Council services
  • To decide Council policy, monitor performance and scrutinise decisions made.  

Councillors

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Conservative

Elected Member (on selected date)

Elected on:
Thu 07-May-2015
Ward: Weedon
Elected on:
Thu 07-May-2015
Ward: Welford
Elected on:
Thu 05-May-2016
Ward: Weedon
Elected on:
Thu 07-May-2015
Ward: Brixworth
Elected on:
Thu 04-Jun-2009
Ward: Yelvertoft
Elected on:
Thu 02-May-2002
Ward: Moulton
Elected on:
Thu 01-May-2008
Ward: Abbey South
Elected on:
Thu 05-May-2016
Ward: Brixworth
Elected on:
Thu 03-May-2018
Ward: Woodford
Elected on:
Thu 03-May-2012
Ward: Woodford
Elected on:
Thu 07-May-1998
Ward: Woodford
Elected on:
Thu 02-May-2002
Ward: Hill
Elected on:
Thu 07-May-2015
Ward: Drayton
Elected on:
Thu 03-May-2012
Ward: Hill
Elected on:
Thu 03-May-2012
Ward: Welford
Elected on:
Thu 07-May-2015
Ward: Abbey North
Elected on:
Thu 04-May-2017
Ward: Long Buckby
Elected on:
Thu 03-May-2018
Ward: Hill
Elected on:
Thu 05-May-2016
Ward: Ravensthorpe
Elected on:
Thu 07-May-1998
Ward: Long Buckby
Elected on:
Thu 03-May-2012
Ward: Abbey South
Elected on:
Thu 02-May-2002
Ward: Long Buckby
Elected on:
Thu 22-May-2014
Ward: Brixworth
Elected on:
Thu 03-May-2018
Ward: Spratton
Elected on:
Thu 07-May-2015
Ward: Barby and Kilsby
Elected on:
Thu 14-Jun-1984
Ward: Spratton
Elected on:
Thu 22-May-2014
Ward: Weedon
Elected on:
Thu 01-May-2003
Ward: Moulton
Elected on:
Thu 07-May-2015
Ward: Abbey South
Elected on:
Thu 03-May-2018
Ward: Walgrave

Labour

Elected Member (on selected date)

Elected on:
Thu 03-May-2018
Ward: Drayton
Elected on:
Thu 05-May-2016
Ward: Braunston and Welton
Elected on:
Thu 03-May-2018
Ward: Abbey North
Elected on:
Thu 05-May-2011
Ward: Drayton
Elected on:
Thu 05-May-2016
Ward: Abbey North

Liberal Democrats

Elected Member (on selected date)

Elected on:
Thu 10-Jun-2004
Ward: Barby and Kilsby