Council & Democracy
- Council and Democracy Overview
- Audio recordings of Council meetings
- Your Council
- Census 2011 information
- Community Right to Bid
- Constitution of the Council
- Council Agendas, Minutes and Reports
- Elections and Voter Registration
- Equalities & Diversity
- Essex Local Authorities
- Financial Information
- Freedom of Information
- Leadership Team
- Our Performance
- Overview & Scrutiny
- Policies, Plans and Strategies
- Rochford District Profile
- Standards at Rochford
- What is Council and Democracy?
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Council and Democracy
The District Council is a democratically elected body that provides a range of key public services such as environmental health, refuse collection, street cleansing, leisure facilities, parks and open spaces, and planning.
The links below contain information on the Chairman and Members of the Council along with contact details for County Councillors, Members of Parliament, Members of the European Parliament and Parish and Town Council Clerks.
The link to the Council's Committee Management Information System (CMIS) provides information that includes individual contact details, appointment of representatives to outside bodies and organisations, Committee membership history and party representation history for District Councillors.
Use the links below to find out information about voting and elections in Rochford.
For the results of the elections held in May 2014, please visit the Election Results link below.
Use the links below to discover a range of information about Rochford District Council.
Member Services Team
Overview and Scrutiny
The Council is composed of 39 Councillors representing the 19 wards across the Rochford District. Currently the political composition of the Council is :-