Find a councillor
Your councillor is the person elected every four years to represent your area.
They can help if you are dissatisfied with a council service by advising or directing you to someone who can help sort out your problem and can sometimes progress the case on your behalf.
As community leaders they put forward proposals to improve their ward, which may include bringing together different community groups to develop a case for change.
- Who are the St Helens Borough Council councillors? Your councillors.
- Who is my local councillor? Find your local councillor using this search facility.
There are 48 councillors representing the 18 wards and constituents of St Helens. See the political make-up of the council.
Councillors' declarations of interest
Elected members of the council are required by law to complete a declaration of interest form to register their financial interests.
- Details of any employment or business carried out by them
- The name of their employer
- Details of any directorships
- Contracts between themselves/their firm and the council
- Interest in land in the area
A full description of financial interests is set out in the council's Constitution.
A councillor's register of interest can be found by clicking on a individual councillor from the list of councillors.
The register is maintained by our Democratic Services team and is available for inspection by appointment.
Please contact the Democratic Services Manager on 01744 673219 or email: email@example.com.
Councillors' Code of Conduct
Every authority is required to adopt a Code of Conduct that sets out rules governing the behaviour of its elected members. The code also covers co-opted and independent members of the local authority, including parish councils.
Making a complaint about a councillor
If you wish to complain about the conduct of a member of St Helens Borough Council or any parish council in St Helens please use the link below: