Newtown & Llanllwchaiarn Town Council
Newtown and Llanllwchaiarn Town Council was established in 1974, comprises 16 elected Members and employ 10 members of staff. Newtown Town Council is the largest of its kind in Powys and operates within boundaries that can be viewed here; Newtown has a population of over 11,000 people. There are currently over 5,000 residential properties in the town.
Our Vision Statement
The Town Council will, through trusted leadership, help provide a community and town which is sustainable, prosperous, resilient and with a strong sense of identity in which people chose to live, learn, work and to visit.
Our Mission Statement
The Town Council will serve and represent the interests of its citizens and community directly or through others, within our legal powers and resources, by:Securing, protecting, improving and providing quality services for people and future generations.Securing, protecting, improving and providing a safe, sustainable and healthy economy and environment.Using resources efficiently, economically, effectively and sustainably in order to achieve continuous improvement.
Contacting The Council
Newtown and Llanllwchaiarn Town Council offices are Open 11am – 3pm Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
We are situated in: The Cross, Broad Street, Newtown, Powys, SY16 2BB
Accessibility Details: Council chamber only accessible by stairs. Ground Floor accessible by steps and tempoary ramp. Please contact us to arrange access.
You can also contact the office on 01686 625544
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The work of Newtown Town Council
The council has a number of areas it works on, below are the broad areas the work will fit into:
Direct services and events offered to the town
A local voice on behalf of the town to other organisations, groups and individuals.
A consultee between different organisations, groups and individuals.
A recipient of information on behalf of the town from other organisations, groups and individuals.