Ipswich Borough Council has a Labour administration. The Leader and Cabinet together are the Executive, comprising the Leader, Deputy Leader and six councillors.
These councillors are responsible for agreeing policies about provision of services and how the Council's money is spent. They are also there to represent the views and opinions of individuals.
There are 48 councillors across the 16 wards of Ipswich, with each ward having three councillors as their elected representatives.
The current political make-up of the Council is: 33 Labour, 13 Conservative and 2 Liberal Democrats.
Details of Councillor Committees are available in the Council Meetings and Minutes section of this website, including a schedule of meetings for the year, details of Committee membership, and meeting papers.
If you have any difficulties that you think the Council could help solve, you can contact one of your local councillors to discuss it with them and see what can be done. Individual contact details for all Ipswich Borough Councillors are available on our Your Councillors page.
Alternatively, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a question for the next Council meeting.