Belmont Parish Council is made up of fifteen Parish Councillors, five from each of the three wards of Belmont, Carrville and Gilesgate Moor. The term of office of a Parish Councillor is four years and the present Council were elected in May 2021.
Full details of the election results can be found in the council information section of our website.
Parish Council Meetings
Belmont Parish Council meet at 6.30pm on the Second Thursday of every month (excluding August) at Belmont Community Centre. These meetings are open to the public and time is set aside during the meetings for the public to speak to the council and raise any issues or concerns they may have.
The agendas and minutes and meetings diary sections of our website and our parish noticeboards provide full details of upcoming meetings.
Come along to our Parish Council Meetings
Because they form the first tier of local government, Parish Councils are closer to the community than any other area of local government. They provide a voice for communities, helping people to feel more involved in the decisions that affect them.
That is why we are always pleased to see our residents at our monthly meetings. We encourage residents to use the Parish Council as a means of representing their views, dealing with their concerns and improving where they live.
Belmont Parish Council Office – How to Find Us
Belmont Parish Council have an office in the Belmont Community Centre building situated in Gilesgate Moor. To get to the community centre residents coming through Gilesgate Moor should look out for the first left turn after the B&Q roundabout. For residents coming from the A690 direction it’s the last turning on the right before the B&Q roundabout.
There is a large car park attached to the building for visitors use.
Please note: If you wish to visit the Council Office please contact the office in advance to make an appointment.