Up to 11 councillors may be elected or co-opted onto the Parish Council.
Taplow Parish Council meets as a full council five times a year. In the meantime there are also meetings of the Finance Committee.
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Your Parish Councillors
Councillors are routinely elected every four years. The last by-election took place in January 2016. Where vacancies arise during the term then (if a poll is not demanded by residents following a notice of casual vacancy being displayed) a councillor can be co-opted onto the Parish Council. There are regular meetings, which are open to the public who can come and have their say.
Responsibilities include planning issues (although the parish council is only a consultee with no power to take decisions); maintaining open spaces and street lighting. Taplow Parish Council also owns and manages the Village hall.
The Parish Council also works closely with the District and County Councils with regard to environmental issues, traffic management, road safety and highway maintenance. Please feel free to contact the parish clerk on any village issues.