Municipal elections are held every five years. Some districts are congruent with parishes of the same name. There are 112 municipalities in the main area. Almost all municipalities have a local municipal council. Party with the largest number of councillors elected in bold. Coalition agreements in the Notes column. The council is based at County Hall on Spa Road East in Llandrindod Wells, which opened in 1990. The site was once home to the Pump House Hotel, which had been the meeting place of the former Radnorshire County Council since 1889 and served as both the office and meeting place of Powys Council after the restructuring of local government in 1974.[19] The old building proved structurally unstable in the late 1980s and it was decided to build a new county house on the same site. [20] A main council, a parent local authority, a motorway authority, a unitary authority in Wales, a local council in Wales, an education authority and a council with functions at district level.

The last election was held in May 2022, with the Liberal Democrats becoming the largest group, followed by independents. A coalition of Liberal Democrats and Labour was formed, taking over the leadership of the Council from the Independents-Conservatives coalition that had led the Council since 2017. [13] The next elections are scheduled for 2027. The three districts were abolished by the Local Government (Wales) Act 1994, with Powys County Council becoming a unitary authority with effect from 1 April 1996, taking over the functions previously held by the district councils. The County of Powys was created on 1 September.[5] It was created in April 1974 by the Local Government Act 1972 and included the territory of the three administrative counties of Brecknockshire, Montgomeryshire and Radnorshire, which were abolished at the same time. From 1974 to 1996 there were two main levels of local government, with Powys County Council being the highest authority and three lower district councils, each corresponding to one of the pre-1974 counties: Brecknock Borough Council, Montgomeryshire District Council and Radnorshire District Council. [4] The first elections to the Council were held in 1973 and initially acted as a phantom authority before taking power on 1 April 1974. Political control over the Council has been exercised since 1974 by the following parties:[6] Deaf and speech-impaired residents can now contact the Council via the Relay UK service. The leaders of the council since 2002 (officially called president before 2011) were:[7] Powys is administered by Powys County Council and has 68 elected members representing 60 districts of the council.

Although it is a unitary authority, the council`s highway functions are delegated to the county`s three committees, as well as the provision of small grants. Brecknockshire has 24 councillors, Radnorshire 15 and Montgomeryshire 34. [23] Elections are held every five years. Since the last municipal boundary change in 2022, 68 council members from 60 districts have been elected. [15] Prior to 2012, elections were generally held every four years. The following table lists the municipal districts, the political group they represent and the municipalities they cover. Municipalities with a municipal council are marked with a “*”: The council also has three regional offices, one of which was taken over by each of the three former districts abolished in 1996:[21] We inspected child care facilities in Powys in July 2017, where serious concerns were identified, and conducted another inspection in October 2018. We expect the local authority to review its existing improvement plan within 20 working days of the publication of this report. Due to serious concerns during this inspection, we will continue to actively monitor the quality of services on a quarterly basis. We will consider another inspection of children`s services 12 to 18 months after the release of this report. Powys County Council (Welsh: Cyngor Sir Powys) is the local authority for Powys, one of the administrative regions of Wales. County Hall is located in Llandrindod Wells.

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HMRC will be enforced with the support of both defendants to enable a claimant, if the evidence proves `membership` with the National Health Service for the required period, to: to avail himself of such affiliation to obtain `full health insurance cover` within the meaning of Article 7(1)(a) of the Treaty. (b) Directive 2004/38.