Pembrokeshire County Council
|Pembrokeshire County Council
Cyngor Sir Penfro
|First past the post|
|3 May 2012|
|County Hall, Haverfordwest|
Pembrokeshire County Council (Welsh: Cyngor Sir Penfro) is the governing body for Pembrokeshire, one of the Principal Areas of Wales. It received criticism for having leased a Porsche sports car for its former chief executive, who was paid £192,000 a year and then received a £277,000 pay-off when he left the post in 2014.
Elections take place every four years. The last elections were on 3 May 2012.
|Year||Independents||Labour||Plaid Cymru||Conservative||Liberal Democrats|
The county is divided into 60 electoral divisions, each returning one councillor. Some of these divisions are coterminous with communities (parishes) of the same name. Most communities have their own elected council. There are ten town councils and 52 community councils in the county. The following table lists council divisions, communities, and associated geographical areas. Communities with a community council are indicated with a '*':
- Pembrokeshire County Council election, 1995
- Pembrokeshire County Council election, 1999
- Pembrokeshire County Council election, 2004
- Pembrokeshire County Council election, 2008
- Pembrokeshire County Council election, 2012
- "Porsche for council boss appalling, Leighton Andrews says". BBC News. 20 January 2015. Retrieved 20 March 2015.