About Hedge End Town Council
Hedge End Town Council has grown alongside the town it serves. The Town Council has 22 members elected every four years from nine wards. Eastleigh Borough Council provides services from the civic offices in Eastleigh and via its Local Area Committees.
The local MP for Eastleigh is currently Paul John Holmes (Conservative).
Within our system of government, Hedge End Town Council is the first tier of local government and is, therefore, closest to the community.
There are democratic structures within Hedge End Town Council which give all members a chance to take part in decsions making. As there are too many decisions to be made by the whole council sitting together, most decisions are delegated to Committees.
There are currently VACANCIES in these wards: Berrywood, St John's x 2, Wellstead and Wildern.
The vacancies will be filled at the next ordinary election of councillors on 4th May, 2023.
Community Goverance Reorganisation Order 2022
Eastleigh Borough Council has undertaken a Community Goverance Review in consultation with residents and made recommendations. Existing wards of the parish of Hedge End Town Council will be abolished and four new wards created.
Kings Copse – 5 Councillors
Village – 5 Councillors
Berry – 4 Councillors
Park – 4 Councillors
Please see the Community Goverance Reorganisation Order 2022 (below)
Hedge End Councillors
St Helens Ward
St Johns Ward
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