Griffiths, Stephen

Stephen J. Griffiths 



58 Greenfield Avenue

Dinas Powys

CF64 4BX


  • 07720 063555

Party details:

Welsh Conservative


Council Roles

  • Audit Committee (Until 1 February 2018)

  • Corporate Performance and Resources Scrutiny Committee

  • Democratic Services Committee (Vice-Chairman)

  • Homes and Safe Communities Scrutiny Committee (Appointed from 1 February 2018)

  • Joint Consultative Forum

  • Learning and Culture Scrutiny Committee (Appointed from 20 February 2018)

Members Attendance

(From the Annual Meeting on 24 May 2017 to the Annual Meeting on 9 May 2018) 


Members Attendances
Appointed to the following at the Annual Meeting on 24 May 2017No. of Meetings   Held to DateAttended%AttendanceApologies Received
Council (including Annual Meeting) 7 7 100%  
Corporate Performance and Resources Scrutiny  10 10 100%  
Democratic Services 3 3 100%  
Appointed to the following DURING the Municipal YearNo. of Meetings   Held Since AppointedAttended%AttendanceApologies Received

Homes and Safe Communities Scrutiny

(Appointed from 1 February 2018)

 3 3 100%  

Learning and Culture Scrutiny

(Appointed from 20 February 2018)

2 2 100%  
Replaced on the following DURING the Municipal YearNo. of Meetings   Held Whilst a MemberAttended%AttendanceApologies Received


(Replaced from 1 February 2018)

 4  3  75%  1
Not a Member of the Committee but Present at the Meeting Attended 
Community Liaison 1
Planning 1

Regsiter of Interests




I have been a resident of Dinas Powys for over five years, where I moved to Greenfield Avenue with my partner Julia. Originally from Carmarthen, I moved to Cardiff after graduating from the University of Glamorgan and then finally settling in Dinas Powys.


I am currently employed by LexisNexis Risk Solutions as an Operational Process Lead. My role is to improve processes within the business by breaking down barriers and by keeping down bureaucracy to a minimum. I hope to bring my knowledge and expertise on a professional level into local Government.


As a libertarian, I believe in a lean, yet strong local authority in which its sole focus should be on a select few number of key services, and in turn ensuring that they overperform and are both auditable and accountable to the electorate.


When I was elected to the Vale of Glamorgan County Council, I made it my top priority to be on the committees that I could make the greatest contribution as part of my skillset. This is why I am on the Corporate Performance and Resources Scrutiny Committees, Audit and Democratic Services.


I’m also a Community Liaison Officer for the Dinas Powys Community Council. It is important that key decisions are devolved to a local level as it is possible. Localism is at the heart of any well functioning community and it is imperative that local concerns are heard within the council.


Whilst Dinas Powys is one of the gateway’s into the heart of the Vale of Glamorgan, it has been majority overlooked. The transport links through the village are at saturation point. It is important that the council relieves the pressure by focusing it’s attention by improving these links. One of many measures that can be implemented is a bypass.


My three colleagues representing the Dinas Powys ward - Vince, Rob and Andy are all committed in delivering better transport links for the village that include the bypass.


Ward: Dinas Powys