The City of London is divided into 25 wards and each is represented by elected councillors, including one elected Alderman. Ward Members are voted on to the Committees which supervise the including one elected Alderman. Ward Members are voted on to the Committees which supervise the services to residents,businesses and visitors – and direct the other work of the City of London Corporation.
The City of London's unique electoral system pre-dates Parliament and the division of the City into wards is evident in the earliest written records of the City. In early times, they were the military, judicial and administrative units for their area. Nowadays, they provide each area with its own distinct history and traditions, some of which are still continued to this day.
City of London Ward News
The Members of each ward regularly keep in touch with their constituents. This can range from surgeries to ward club meetings and also includes ward newsletters. These are published twice a year to keep voters in the ward up to date with current issues facing the ward and the City.
Printed copies are sent directly to registered voters and are also available to download in PDF format.