South Cambridgeshire is split into wards. As of May 2018, the number of Councillors representing communities on South Cambridgeshire District Council decreased from 57 to 45.
All South Cambridgeshire District Council residents were able to vote on 3 May 2018, to elect 45 District Councillors to represent 26 newly revised wards.
Under the new ward boundaries for South Cambridgeshire, Cambourne is now a ward in its own right represented by three Councillors.
Find your current Councillors here
The next District election will take place in May 2022
Note: Prior to May 2018, Cambourne was part of the ward of Bourn, which also included Caxton, Croxton and Eltisley. Bourn ward at this time was represented by three District Councillors.
Elections Results 2018 here
The District Council is responsible for services including:
– council tax payments and benefits
– bin collections
– housing and housing benefits
– council leisure facilities
– environmental health
– residential planning.
The South Cambridgeshire Corporate Plan for 2018 – 2019 sets out the Council’s vision and strategic aims: Your Place, Our Plan 2018-2019
Magazine: Winter 2018 issue
For more information and details see website below.