The aim of Corsham Town Council is “to make Corsham the most desirable place in Wiltshire to live, work and visit, with a safe, active, healthy and sustainable community based around a vibrant and useful town centre”.
The 20 elected Councillors who make up the Town Council represent over 14,000 people across four wards: Corsham Gastard, Corsham Ladbrook, Corsham Neston and Corsham Pickwick. Together they work in partnership with a number of organisations, including Wiltshire Council, to improve local services and ensure the needs of those who live, work and visit here are met.
The Town Council is non-party political, meaning each Councillor can concentrate on what matters to the town and vote as an individual.
Responsibility for the work of the Town Council is split into three committees:
The Town Council also responds to planning matters at Council meetings.
Matters arising from these meetings, along with strategic and corporate issues, are discussed at Full Council which takes place on the second Monday of each month.
All Full Council, Planning and committee meetings are open to the public, whether they are face-to-face or online.
Public Participation at Council Meetings
Recording, Filming, Photographing and Broadcasting Town Council Meetings
Monday 13 March 2023 at 7.30pm at Corsham Town Hall
Agenda & Minutes Monday 13 March 2023
Agenda & Minutes Monday 13 February 2023
Agenda & Minutes Monday 9 January 2023
Agenda & Minutes Monday 12 December 2022
Agenda & Minutes Monday 14 November 2022
Agenda & Minutes Monday 10 October 2022
Agenda & Minutes Monday 8 August 2022
Agenda & Minutes Monday 11 July 2022
Agenda & Minutes Monday 13 June 2022