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Derby City Council

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Derby City Council
Derby City Council Corporate Logo
Type
Type
Leadership
Mayor of Derby
Cllr Mike Carr, Liberal Democrats
since 23 May 2018
Leader of the Council
Cllr Chris Poulter, Conservative
since 3 May 2018[2]
Chief Executive
Carole Mills[1]
Structure
Seats51 councillors
Derby Council May 2018 confidence and supply.svg
Political groups
Administration
     Conservative (20)
Confidence and Supply [3]
     Liberal Democrats (7)
     UKIP (5)
Opposition
     Labour (16)
Elections
First past the post
Last election
3 May 2018
Next election
2 May 2019
Motto
Industria, Virtus, et Fortitudo
Translation: Diligence, Courage, Strength
Meeting place
Derby Council House, Derwent Street-Coropation Street, Derby - geograph.org.uk - 1706009.jpg
Derby Council House, Corporation Street, Derby
Website
www.derby.gov.uk

Derby City Council is the local government unitary authority for Derby, a city in the East Midlands region of England. It is composed of 51 councillors,[4] three for each of the 17 electoral wards of Derby. Currently there is no overall control of the council, with the Labour Party being the biggest party. The acting council chief executive is Christine Durrant. Carole Mills will take over as Chief Executive from August 2018.

As a unitary authority, Derby City Council is responsible for all services within its boundary and is therefore distinct from the two-tier system of local government that exists in the surrounding county of Derbyshire. Outside the city, responsibility is shared between Derbyshire County Council and various district or borough councils, such as Derbyshire Dales, High Peak, Erewash and Chesterfield.

Political makeup

Derby City Council has 51 councillors, with three councillors representing each of the 17 separate wards within the city. It operates a 'by thirds' operation of elections, meaning that one third of the councillors (one per ward) are elected at each local election for a four-year period. This results in there being local elections three years out of every four, with a fourth fallow year.

The council is led by a Conservative administration, supported by a confidence and supply agreement with the Liberal Democrats and UKIP. The council's political composition is:

Wards

References

  1. ^ "Derby City Council announces new Chief Executive". Derby City Council. Retrieved 20 April 2018.
  2. ^ "key-moments-banwait-bolton-whitby". Derby Telegraph. Retrieved 4 May 2018.
  3. ^ "Article explaining confidence and supply arrangement between Conservatives, Liberal Democrats and UKIP". Derby News. Retrieved 16 July 2018.
  4. ^ "Derby City Council election arrangements". Derby City Council. Retrieved 13 November 2015.
  5. ^ 2FS, Derby City Council, Council House, Corporation Street, Derby, DE1. "Elections - results - Derby City Council". www.derby.gov.uk.

External links

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