A Town Council is a statutory body and is the most local level of government. As your councillors, we have an important role in promoting the town, representing its interests and supporting the work of different groups in the community.
Llandrindod Wells Town Council was established in 1974, and comprises 15 elected Members and employs 1 member of staff. The Council elects a Chair/Mayor and Vice Chair/Deputy Mayor annually. Town Council members are unpaid and are democratically elected or co-opted.
Llandrindod Wells Town Council is the one of the largest of its kind in Powys and operates within electoral boundaries designated by Powys County Council. Llandrindod Wells has a population of approximately 6,000 people. There are currently over 3077 residential properties in the town, which is increasing regularly.
When and Where We Meet
The Llandrindod Wells Town Council meets at 6.30pm every third Tuesday of the month except for August either via Zoom with quarterly hybrid meetings.
Can I Attend Council Meetings?
Meetings are open to everyone to attend and observe.
Your Concerns are Our Concerns
The Town Council’s powers are limited, but it will take up and pursue any matters of importance to the Town and to those who live in it.
The Llandrindod Wells Town Council supports numerous voluntary groups and societies that enhance the social and cultural life of the Town
Llandrindod Wells Town Council is twinned with the French spa town of Contrexéville and German spa town of Bad Rappenau. http://www.ville-contrexeville.fr/Patrimoine-histoire/Villes-jumelees.html