Your local councillor

Local councillors are elected by the community to decide how the council should carry out its various activities.

They are part of the council's decision-making process and an essential link between the council and the constituents they represent.

They may be contacted by constituents, and often hold regular "surgeries" in their wards.

Find your local councillor

You can view a full list of Harrow councillors. The results can be displayed in alphabetical order, by postcode, ward or political party.


Councillors are not paid a salary, but receive an allowance to recompense them for the work they do. To find out more, see the councillors' allowances page.

How to become a councillor

If you are interested in becoming a councillor, information is available on the Electoral Commission's website and the Local Government Association's website.