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Royal Burgh of Burntisland Community Council.

Serving Our Community

Community Councils are voluntary groups they are one of the principle mechanisms of public participation in Scottish Local Government. They exist to give local people a voice in the decisions taken by local authorities and other public bodies. 

Burntisland Council Chamber

Chamber 2

Burntisland Community Council was founded in 1975 at the start of Local Government reform. It has been serving the community ever since.

BCC can have up to fifteen members who are elected every four years. At present, due to the success of two of our members at recent Fife Council elections, our strength is down to ten.

Meetings are held on the second Friday of each month excluding July. Our present members are:-

Alex MacDonald (Chairman), Bruce Stuart (Vice-Chairman), George McLauchlan (Treasurer & Interim Secretary), John Bruce (Environment), Tim Hailey (Planning), Lesley-Anne Cronin, Carol-Anne Crossan, Christine Dewar, Morag Douglas, Andy Smith.

The meetings are also attended by local elected Fife County Councillors, the editor or deputy editor of the Burgh Buzz and on occasions a local Police representative.

Members of the public are warmly welcomed.

If you are interested in becoming a Community Councillor please visit our contact page.

Becoming A Community Councillor

BCC Meetings.

Agenda

Link to BCC

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