Bury Metropolitan Borough Council
Third of council elected three years out of four
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Coat of arms
Bury Council logo.svg
Council logo
Type
Type
HousesUnicameral
Term limits
None
History
Founded1 April 1974
Leadership
Mayor of Bury
Tim Pickstone, Liberal Democrat
since 20 May 2020
Leader of the Council
Eamonn O'Brien, Labour
since May 2020
Deputy Leader
Tamoor Tariq, Labour
Leader of the Opposition
Nicholas Jones, Conservative
Chief executive
Geoff Little
since 16 May 2018
Structure
Seats51[1]
Bury Metropolitan Borough Council composition.svg
Political groups
Administration (28)
  •   Labour (28)
    Opposition (23)
  •   Conservative (15)
  •   Liberal Democrats (4)
  •   Independent (4)
Joint committees
Greater Manchester Combined Authority
Greater Manchester Police, Fire and Crime Panel
Elections
Last election
2021 (one third of councillors)
2019 (one third of councillors)
2018 (one third of councillors)
Next election
2022 (all councillors)
2023 (one third of councillors)
2024 (one third of councillors)
Meeting place
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Bury Town Hall
Website
www.bury.gov.uk

Bury Metropolitan Borough Council is the local authority of the Metropolitan Borough of Bury in Greater Manchester, England. It is a metropolitan district council, one of ten in Greater Manchester and one of 36 in the metropolitan counties of England. It provides the majority of local government services in Bury.

Parliamentary representation

Bury is currently covered by two constituencies: Bury North (eight wards) and Bury South (nine wards).[2]

Wards and councillors

Each ward is represented by three councillors.[2]

Council Wards 1 Ramsbottom  2 North Manor  3 Tottington  4 Elton  5 Moorside  6 Church  7 East  8 Redvales  9 Radcliffe North  10 Radcliffe East  11 Radcliffe West  12 Unsworth  13 Pilkington Park  14 Besses  15 St. Mary's  16 Holyrood  17 Sedgley
Council Wards
1 Ramsbottom
2 North Manor
3 Tottington
4 Elton
5 Moorside
6 Church
7 East
8 Redvales
9 Radcliffe North
10 Radcliffe East
11 Radcliffe West
12 Unsworth
13 Pilkington Park
14 Besses
15 St. Mary's
16 Holyrood
17 Sedgley
Parliamentary constituency Ward Councillor Party Term of office
Bury North constituency Church Dene Vernon Conservative 2018-22
Jackie Harris Conservative 2019-23
Jordan Lewis Conservative 2021-24
East Trevor Holt Labour 2018-22
Gavin McGill Labour 2019-23
Ummrana Farooq Labour 2021-24
Elton Martin Hayes Labour 2018-22
Charlotte Morris Labour 2019-23
Jack Rydeheard Conservative 2021-24
Moorside Sandra Walmsley Labour 2018-22
Kevin Peel Labour 2021-23
Ciaron Boles Labour 2021-24
North Manor Liam Dean Conservative 2021-22
Khalid Hussain Conservative 2019-23
Roger Brown Conservative 2021-24
Ramsbottom Kevin Thomas Labour 2018-22
Clare Cummins Labour 2019-23
Tom Pilkington Labour 2021-24
Redvales Tamoor Tariq Labour 2018-22
Clare Walsh Labour 2019-23
Shaheena Haroon Labour 2021-24
Tottington Iain Gartside Conservative 2018-22
Yvonne Wright Independent 2019-23
Luis McBriar Conservative 2021-24
Bury South constituency Besses Mary Whitby Labour 2018-22
Andrea Simpson Labour 2019-23
Lucy Smith Labour 2021-24
Holyrood Tim Pickstone Liberal Democrats 2018-22
Cristina Tegolo Liberal Democrats 2019-23
Steve Wright Liberal Democrats 2021-24
Pilkington Park Nicholas Jones Conservative 2018-22
Robert Caserta Conservative 2019-23
Russell Bernstein Conservative 2021-24
Radcliffe East Karen Ann Leach Labour 2018-22
James Mason Radcliffe First 2019-23
Carol Birchmore Radcliffe First 2021-24
Radcliffe North Paul Cropper Conservative 2018-22
Sam Hurst Conservative 2019-23
Jo Lancaster Conservative 2021-24
Radcliffe West Mike Smith Radcliffe First 2018-22
Beth Mortenson Labour 2019-23
Gareth Staples-Jones Labour 2021-24
Sedgley Alan Quinn Labour 2018-22
Richard Gold Labour 2019-23
Debbie Quinn Labour 2021-24
St. Mary's Eamonn O'Brien Labour 2018-22
Michael Powell Liberal Democrats 2019-23
Sam Butler Labour 2021-24
Unsworth Tahir Rafiq Labour 2018-22
Joan Grimshaw Labour 2019-23
Nathan Boroda Labour 2021-24

See also

References

  1. ^ "Councillor information - Bury Council".
  2. ^ a b "Your Councillors". bury.gov.uk. Bury MBC. Retrieved 3 September 2019.