The Vale of Glamorgan Council has 47 elected members or Councillors, each representing an electoral division, or ward.
The Council is led by the Leader and Cabinet, a body of five Councillors that makes key decisions about policy and budget.
You can find out more about the decision-making process and the scrutiny function.
See the council structure, including senior management structure.
You can find details of neighbouring councils and town and community councils.
You can view Councillors' Annual Reports
View Councillors' Register of Interests
Council Forward Work Programme
View the Council's Forward Work Programme 2016 - 2017
Representation on Outside Bodies
View the list of Council representatives on Outside Bodies.
Public Speaking registration forms:
Scrutiny provides the opportunity for the public to become involved in the Council's activities. There is provision for public speaking at a Scrutiny Committee meeting. A Guide on Public Participation explains the process and how to register to speak.
To register to speak at a scrutiny committee please complete the relevant form below:
Public speaking - Corporate Performance and Resources
Public speaking - Environment and Regeneration
Public speaking - Homes and Safe Communities
Public speaking - Learning and Culture
Public speaking - Healthy Living and Social Care
If the Planning Committee considers an application, there is a provision for public speaking at the meeting.
A Guide to Public Speaking at Planning Committee explains the process and how to register to speak.
Public Rights Of Way:
There is provision for public speaking at meetings of the Public Rights of Way Sub-Committee.
A Guide to Public Speaking at Public Rights of Way Sub-Committee explains the process and how to register to speak.