What is Wolverton & Greenleys Town Council?
Wolverton & Greenleys Town Council is part of the first tier of local government, the community councils closest to the voters.
Our councillors make policy and strategy decisions about what we will do and our staff team work with them to implement these on a day to day basis.
The council is independent of MK Council. All our activities are governed by UK and EU laws and codes of practice.
Wolverton & Greenleys Town Council aims to foster the well-being of this neighbourhood. Our work falls into three main categories:
- Representing the local community
- Delivering services to meet local needs
- Striving to improve the quality of life in the areas we represent
Often we work with partners including statutory authorities, community groups and individuals.
We co-operate with MK Council to try to ensure effective delivery of their services in our area. We review all planning applications for Wolverton and Greenleys and we are consulted by MK Council on planning policy. We are the sponsoring body for the recently adopted Wolverton Neighbourhood Plan and will be the sponsor for any future neighbourhood plans.
What Do You Think We Should Do?
Do you have an idea for a service or project in the area? Or do you think there is a local problem that should be tackled? If so, please talk to your Town Councillors, or come along to the Town Council meetings, which are open to the public.
Our councillor contact details are in the bi-monthly newsletter and on our website. It’s your council so it’s up to you to hold us to account! To find your Milton Keynes Council Ward Member Details visit the My Milton Keynes website
WGTC is conducting a consultation with the community throughout the parish. This has now closed and the feedback is being independently verified. Further information will follow in due course.
How to Report Issues and to Whom
If you can't do this online then you can call MKC directly on 01908 691 691.
When you report to MKC you will be given an FS number, keep this safe so that if your problem is not resolved, you can then report to your local Ward Councillors: