Rutland County Council is a unitary authority responsible for local government in the historic county of Rutland in the East Midlands of England. The current council was created in April 1997. The population of the Council at the 2011 census was 37,369.
As a unitary authority, we are responsible for almost all local services in Rutland, with the exception of Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service and Leicestershire Police, which are run by joint boards with Leicestershire County Council and Leicester City Council.
We have a very simple council structure that enables us to provide high-quality services to the community and operate in the most efficient manner possible.
See a full list of our services from A-Z
The Chief Executive of Rutland County Council is Helen Briggs. We have Directors who are responsible for our service areas
View the latest structure chart for our Senior Management Team.
The table below provides details of our staff headcount as of 1st October 2018.
Included in the above figures are:
Excluded in the above figures are:
Parish and Town Councils are also responsible for providing some local services, such as:
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