About us The Council is a unitary authority, which means it is responsible for all local services in Plymouth including transport, social care and education. Includes political structure.
Access to information Access to personal and council information, freedom of information, publication schemes, information requests, notices to the public, Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act and various frequently asked questions
Budget and finances Budgeted spending plans for the Council, financial regulations, members allowances and expenses and statement of accounts
Council Constitution The Constitution provides a framework for the democratic processes of the Council balancing efficient and effective decision-making with the principles of participatory democracy and open government
Councillors and committees List of councillors, committees, agendas, meetings, outcomes, calendar – the section on this website to find everything related to councillors and meetings
Elections and voting Local, parliamentary and European election information, election meetings and news, voting, statistics, mayoral referendum and how to become a councillor
How to get involved For local government to run smoothly it needs local people to be involved. Plymouth City Council would like you, as residents, to raise issues that are important to you and to get involved in local decision making in a variety of ways. This page explains how you can become involved in the decision making process.
Lord Mayoralty The current, and past, Lord and Deputy Mayors, duties, event request form, civic regalia, coat of arms and council buildings
Public notices Notices and information we're legally obliged to publish.
Scrutiny Scrutiny is one of the ways in which our performance is monitored and it holds decision-makers accountable for the action that they have taken – includes Overview and Scrutiny Management Board and Overview and Scrutiny Panels
Strategies and policies A strategy refers to a plan designed to achieve a particular goal and this section contains our main strategies
UK Youth Parliament Young people aged 11 to 18 helping to shape the future of the city through the democratic process; includes short profile of current Youth Parliament members
Webcasts Watch our Council meetings live on this website or Public-i website.