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The Council is run by councillors, who are elected by the local community. Councillors are responsible for making decisions on behalf of the local community about local services and budgets.
Each councillor represents a specific area and serves for a period of 4 years. The Ward responsibilities of a councillor includes
You can view or download Elected Members' Remuneration, Allowances and Expenses. Councillors are entitled to allowances and expenses to cover some of the costs of carrying out their public duties. All councillors abide by a code of conduct, part of which requires them to declare any financial interests, gifts or hospitality that could influence any decisions they make. You can also refer to the Scottish Government's web page.
For more information on our Councillors and their responsibilities, please visit our page entitled Clackmannanshire Wards and Councillors.
The Council's political balance was agreed at the meeting of 1st June 2017.
For information on Council meetings, you can view our Clackmannanshire Council's Committees page.
Whilst the elected councillors approve the policies, paid employees (council officers) put them into practice. The Council employs over 2,500 staff; these include school teachers, social workers and staff responsible for a wide range of services benefitting the local community.
The Strategic Leadership Group is responsible for managing the activities of the Council staff and for advising councillors on the potential implications of political decisions.
By law, senior Council staff are not allowed to participate in any party political activity and are expected to advise and assist all councillors irrespective of their political affiliation.
Information on Clackmannanshire Council's Chief Executive, Nikki Bridle is contained on our Chief Executive's Responsibilities and Remuneration page.
The Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) covers council employees and some councillors. The LGPS is a contributory scheme; employees contribute 5.5% - 11.2% of their own salaries to the scheme.
Employers' contributions to the LGPS vary depending upon how much is needed to ensure benefits under the Scheme are properly funded, and are set independently.
The rules governing the pension scheme are contained in regulations made by Parliament.
Service Manager, Human Resources
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Tel: 01259 4500000