Pembroke Dock Town Council is the local face of local government - the grass roots. Its role is varied and extensive. Pembroke Dock is divided into four electoral wards, Central, Pennar, Llanion and Market, with sixteen town councillors representing the area. However, above all, town councillors are there to act on behalf of all the residents and must abide by the National Code of Conduct at all times.
Pembroke Dock Town Council has primary responsibility for:
The Town Council also have many other powers not covered by the above, such as making specific bye laws. All powers and actions carried out are governed by the Local Government Act, Public Health Acts and other Acts of Parliment.
Members of the public are able to attend meetings, but are not allowed to speak. Meetings are usually held every 4 weeks on a Thursday evening except in August. Notices of the meeting dates are displayed at Pembroke Dock Town Council Offices, 28 Dimond Street, Pembroke Dock, and also on this website.
Any matter concerning the town which a member of the public wishes to be discussed can be done through a letter to the council or through a local councillor who will then table the item on the next agenda.
Signed minutes of meetings are available for public inspection at Pembroke Dock Library or at the Town Council offices by appointment with the Clerk.
Councillors and officers of Pembroke Dock Town Council work closely with members of Pembrokeshire County Council, so if you have any concerns or suggestions please do not hesitiate to contact Pembrokeshire County Council or your Local Councillor.