Councillors and Elected Members
There are several elected representatives that represent you in locally, nationally and at European level. Click on the links below to be taken to the relevant information on Parliament or Council websites to find out more details.
|Representative/ Organisation||What they are responsible for|
|Members of the European Parliament||
The European Parliament is the directly elected parliamentary body of the European Union elected by citizens of the EU. It reviews legislative proposals and consults on issues proposed by the European Commission. Moray is represented by MEPs in the Scottish Region
|Member of UK Westminster Parliament (MP)||
The UK public elects Members of Parliament (MPs) to represent their interests and concerns in the House of Commons within a constituency. MPs are involved in considering and proposing new laws, and can ask government ministers questions about current issues. Moray Council area is covered by the Moray Constituency. The current MP for Douglas Ross MP - Conservative other MPs can be found here on the UK Parliament website.
|Member of Scottish Parliament (MSP)||
MSPs represent the people of Scotland in their constituency on matters that can be decided by the Scottish Parliament. These devolved matters include education, transport, planning, agriculture, tourism, health and the environment. Moray Council area is split between Moray Constituency and Gordon Constituency.
|Local Councillors for Moray||
Local Government Councillors are elected to the Moray Council to represent their local community in their wards. They participate in committees and they also scrutinise council policies and activities in delivering public services. More information about the current Councillors for Moray or Becoming a Councillor
Community councils are the most local official representative bodies formed by local demand to communicate local opinion to larger bodies of local and central government. More information about Community Councils in your area