Search for county councillors by surname, political party or by ward. Includes councillor allowances.
Council meetings - agendas, minutes and reports
Search for agendas, minutes and reports for past and future council meetings.
Council meetings timetable
Details of forthcoming council meetings including their corresponding agenda and reports which are available to download.
Role of Cabinet and a list of Cabinet members.
The council has 4 scrutiny committees set up to ensure that the council carries out its responsibilities properly and, where necessary, are accountable for their actions.
Community and town councils
Community or Town Councils are the most local level of government in England and Wales and provide a link between the local community and Caerphilly County Borough Council.
Download the Council Constitution which sets out how our organisation operates, how decisions are made and the procedures that are followed to ensure that these decisions are efficient, transparent and accountable to local people.
Framework of the policies, systems, procedures and structures that together determine and control the way in which the council manages its business, determines its strategies and objectives and sets about delivering its services to meet those objectives.
The current Mayor is Gaynor Oliver. Find out more about the role of Mayor and the Mayor's charities.
Who represents you in the National Assembly for Wales.
Members of the European Parliment for Wales Constituency
MPs for Caerphilly, Islwyn and Merthyr Tydfil, and Rhymney.
Wales Audit Office - Report in the Public Interest
Below is a link to a document produced by the Wales Audit Office entitled 'Caerphilly County Borough Council - Report in the Public Interest' issued March 2013.
Caerphilly County Borough Council - Report in the Public Interest