The Role of a Councillor
Councillors constitute the council and are democratically elected by the local population. The role of a local councillor is not defined in law but is essentially to represent the local community, contributing to decisions made by the council. This can include responding to residents’ questions, investigating their concerns, leading campaigns on their behalf.
Being aware of, communicating and liaising with other bodies locally (including interest groups and businesses) communicating council decisions to residents and representing residents views at council meetings. working/communicating with representatives of local organisations, interest groups and businesses.
Sandown is divided into two electoral wards; Sandown South and Sandown North.
A map of Sandown's wards can be generated using the boundary tool on the Ordnance Surveys election maps website.
Sandown Streets by Ward
Alphabetical List of Sandown Streets with Ward