A Town Council election takes place every four years. There are five parish wards namely Horley Upper North, Horley East, Horley Central North, Horley South, Horley West. These are represented by a total of eighteen councillors. Members of Parish and Town Councils serve a four-year term of office.
Members of the Town Council were elected on 21 May 2019. All election results are available on the Reigate and Banstead Borough Council website. The Chairman and Town Mayor of the Town Council is Cllr Samantha Marshall. The Vice Chairman and Deputy Town Mayor of the Council is Cllr David Powell
Members of the Council are required by law under the Localism Act to complete a declaration of pecuniary interests form to register their financial and other interests.
Each Member's Disclosable Pecuniary Interests (DPI) declaration is available on their individual page.
Below is a list of all Town, Borough and County Councillors For further details about Borough Councillors please refer to their website, www.reigate-banstead.gov.uk and for further details about County Councillors please refer to www.surreycc.gov.uk
Horley East Ward - Cllr Jordan Beech
Horley West, Salfords & Sidlow Ward - Cllr Andy Lynch
Meet your Councillor
Town Councillors are available to discuss constituency matters with members of the public, in confidence, at the Council Offices by prior arrangement. For further information please contact the Council Help Line on 01293 784765.
Reigate & Banstead Borough Council
Borough Council elections take place annually, except in a year when there is a County Council election. At each election, a third of Borough Councillors are obliged to stand down or stand, with other candidates, for re-election.
For Borough Council Election purposes, Horley’s five Town Council wards are divided between the Borough Council wards of Horley East & Salfords, Horley Central & South and Horley West & Sidlow.
To search for your Reigate & Banstead Borough Councillor use the 'Where I live' search function on their front page
By-elections, resulting from Councillors’ resignations, take place from time to time and these are held only in the wards affected.
Becoming a Councillor
Discover more about being a councillor in your local community from the local government association's webpage here.