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Douglas Borough Council is the largest local authority in the Isle of Man and the only one with borough status.

 

The Council comprises 18 elected councillors, three serving each of the six wards in the Borough.

 

Under the Council’s constitution the councillors hold specific roles and responsibilities within a framework of an executive committee and three policy advisory committees through which they, together with officers of the Council, serve the ratepayers of Douglas.

 

 

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Councillor Miss Natalie Anne Byron

Committees:
  • Regeneration & Community Committee
Re-election Year: 2020
Councillor Miss Natalie Anne Byron

Ward:
St. George's

Address:
13 Hillside Terrace
Douglas
Isle of Man
IM1 4NA
Telephone:
01624 625206

Mobile:
07624 485685

Occupation:
Corporate Administrator

Other public bodies:
Member of the Allotments Committee.


Mission Statement:

"I am delighted to have the opportunity to represent St George's Ward. My mission is to build community spirit and encourage more involvement with decisions that affect the area in which we live. I pledge to listen to the residents' concerns and opinions with a view to having their voices heard on matters arising that effect their area to ensure that decisions made are in the best interest of our residents; to support our elderly and provide opportunities for our children, mindful at all times of the need to be cost effective. I also want to ensure that our residents love where they live and work. "

Mr Councillor Stephen Robert Pitts

Committees:
  • Executive Committee
  • Regeneration & Community Committee
Re-election Year: 2020
Mr Councillor Stephen Robert Pitts

Ward:
St. George's

Address:
35 Princes Street
Douglas
Isle of Man
IM1 1BB
Telephone:
01624 624096

Mobile:
07624 494332

Email:
Occupation:
Company Director

Other public bodies:
Council Representative on the Douglas Endowments Committee. Member of the Allotments Committee.


Mission Statement:

"My mission is to listen and respond to the issues that matter to the people of Douglas; to encourage leaner, more entrepreneurial ways of working; to support town centre regeneration and campaign for new and enhanced leisure amenities for our town."