Last Modified September 25, 2013
Councillors, Members of UK and European Parliaments are elected to represent you. But who are they?
Hertsmere is divided into 15 wards and each ward has either two or three councillors. Councillors are elected to represent the area and help make decisions about local issues. Councillors are elected 'by thirds' for a period of four years. This means that a third of the councillors get elected each year (one per ward), with no elections taking place in the fourth year.
Find out who your Hertsmere borough councillor is.
View the report of the Independent Remuneration Panel on Members' Allowances.
Who is my local representative?
You can find out who your representatives are with a postcode search. This service is provided on the Hertfordshire County website.
Alternatively, you can search by ward, name, or party.
Members of Parliament
Members of Parliament (MPs) are elected in the General Election, held generally every five years or so. Each MP serves in the House of Commons, representing his or her constituency.
Find out who your Member of Parliament is by visiting the House of Commons website
Members of the European Parliament
Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) are elected in the European Elections and serve for up to five years.
Further information on the European Parliament, including who your MEP is, can be obtained from the European Parliament website.