Stirling Council has 22 Elected Members, elected at the Local Government Elections in May 2017 and each representing one of seven multi-member electoral wards.

The Council membership comprises 7 SNP, 8 Conservative, 4 Labour, 1 Alba, 1 Independent and 1 Green representative.  The Administration is an SNP/Labour partnership, with Councillor Scott Farmer (SNP) as Council Leader and Councillor Danny Gibson (Labour) as Depute Leader.

Each Councillor is required to register their interests and to disclose those interests prior to considering Council business or immediately they become aware of any potential conflict of interest.  Details of each Councillors’ register and their declarations of their interests may be viewed on their individual profile pages.  Councillors are reminded regularly to review and update their register if appropriate.  It is the responsibility of each Councillor to notifiy changes to their registered within one  month of the change occurring.

Councillor Graham Lambie (Ward 2) Forth and Endrick sadly passed away in February 2021. A by-election has been announced in his ward for Thursday, 6 May. Polling cards are being issued and more information is available on our Elections Page.

My Councillor

Find out about Surgeries, Registered interests, Committees and Ward maps:

Download the Ward Map

Councillors expenses

2019-2020 Members Statement

2018-2019 Members Statement

2017-2018 Members Statement

2016-2017 Members Statement

2015-2016 Members Statement

Every year an Annual Statement of Members' Allowances & Expenses is published by the Council.  The statement outlines the salary, allowances and expenses paid to each Councillor and expenses met directly by the Council during the previous financial year.

What Councillors do

Councillors represent the public interest as well as individuals living within their ward. Stirling Council is responsible for providing and managing the day to day services. Your Councillors will agree on policies for providing these services.

The Councillors attend committee meetings, support local organisations and campaigns, they also hold regular surgeries where they meet local residents to discuss concerns.

Your Councillors receive a salary for the work they do and abide by a code of conduct

Last updated: Wednesday, March 31, 2021 11:33 AM