Borough Councillors are elected every four years to represent the 13 wards in Epsom & Ewell.
Each Ward is represented by three Councillors, except Auriol Ward which has two.
For full information about our Councillors, please view our new webpage.
Alternatively, you can find out who your Councillor is by entering your postcode here.
Code of Conduct
The Localism Act 2011 (the relevant provisions of which came into force on 7 June 2012) abolished the national Code of Conduct and required Councils to adopt their own Codes consistent with certain principles.
This Council adopted its Code of Conduct on 17 July 2012. You can download a copy of the Code (pdf - 25kb) or find it in Part 5 of the Council's Constitution.
If you feel that a councillor has breached the Code of Conduct, you can make a complaint in writing or by email to:
The Monitoring Officer
Epsom & Ewell Borough Council
Councillors sit on Committees which decide the Council's policy direction and spending priorities and Panels which advise the Committees.
All Councillors are obliged to register certain financial interests. They are also obliged to record gifts and/or hospitality over the value of £100 they may receive in the course of their duties. These registers are available for inspection on-line by viewing an individual councillors profile available at the top of this page or in person at the Town Hall, Epsom.
All Councillors can be contacted via the Town Hall or directly via phone or email. Contact details can be found by selecting the links above.
Remember - it is YOUR Council! If you have questions, comments or views on anything we are doing (or not doing) let us know!
Thinking of becoming a Councillor?
Guide to being a Councillor
Epsom & Ewell Borough Council has produced a guide for anyone who has ever thought of becoming a Councillor or who would like to find out more information about the role and life of our Councillors.
Being a Councillor (pdf - 595kb)
The four sections of the guide and their contents are listed below.
- The Role of a Councillor - This section gives an overview of the legal requirements to be a Councillor, the role of a Councillor and an overview of Epsom & Ewell Borough Council
- Help for Councillors - A summary of the support services available from the Council to help Councillors in their role
- Life as a Councillor - The time you would need to devote to the role and the allowance you would receive
- Further Information - Standing as a representative of a political party, residents' association or as an independent candidate: where to find out more.
There is also a national "Be a Councillor" website which also provides information for anyone thinking of becoming a councillor and more information on the Electoral Commission's website.
Thinking of being an Election Agent?
There is also guidance available on the Electoral Commission website about being an election agent.
Details of the Council and the Services it provides
Elections and Electoral Registration
Some notes on the historical background to local government in Epsom & Ewell are given on the "Epsom & Ewell on the internet" website.
The Borough also has five County Councillors who represent the County Divisions on Surrey County Council. Contact Surrey County Council for details of Wards and Councillors.