Labour’s local councillors are incredibly committed to the communities they serve, giving practical help and advice to thousands of people across our Region every day. They are often the first people to volunteer help in times of crisis or in the extraordinary times we are living through today.
Labour’s local councillors, through their hardwork and dedication to the local communities they serve, are the embodiment of our shared Labour values.
Labour has more than 400 hardworking local councillors across the East of England Region.
We control the following councils;
Cambridge City Council Leader: Lewis Herbert
Harlow District Council Leader: Mark Ingall
Ipswich Borough Council Leader: David Ellesmere
Luton Borough Council Leader: Hazel Simmons
Norwich City Council Leader: Alan Waters
Stevenage Borough Council
Leader: Sharon Taylor
and have formed minority administrations or are involved in power-sharing arrangements in these councils;
Basildon Borough Council (in coalition)
Council Leader Gavin Callaghan (Labour)
Bedford Borough Council (power-sharing)
Labour Group Leader: Sue Oliver
Colchester Borough Council (power-sharing)
Labour Group Leader: Tina Bourne
North Herts District Council (in coalition)
Council Leader: Martin Stears-Handscomb (Labour)
Southend–On-Sea Borough Council (in coalition)
Council Leader: Ian Gilbert (Labour)
For details of your hardworking local Labour councillors click on the relevant link below to view your local council’s elected members page