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Overview

We must by law publicise its scheme for the payment of allowances to county councillors. Additionally, it must publicise, annually, the total amounts paid to each councillor.

You can access members allowances from the links below. 

Previous allowances

Independent remuneration panel

An independent remuneration panel meet every year to make recommendations on the level of allowances to be paid to members. Copies are available for inspection during normal office hours at:

County Buildings
Martin Street
Stafford
ST16 2LH

Zach Simister
Email: zachary.simister@staffordshire.gov.uk

Telephone: 01785 276901

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Date:
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