Dulwich has 4 wards with a total of 9 councillors. All councillor seats are occupied by Labour Party candidates.
Listed below are the elected representatives that represent the people of Dulwich. Get in touch with them if you have an issue that is affecting you or the area you live in.
Councillor James McAsh (Labour)
Councillor Victoria Olisa - Cabinet Member for Finance, Performance and Brexit (Labour)
Councillor Charlie Smith - Deputy Cabinet Member for Tenant and Leaseholder Management (Labour)
Residents of Dulwich are represented at the local level by their councillor. The councillor organises community meetings for members of their ward to discuss issues affecting the local area. Sometimes, your councillor will chair a joint meeting with a neighbouring ward councillor to discuss an issue affecting both wards.
To find out who your councillors are, please check the previous tab 'Councillors & MP'. There is also a link here to the council website where you can check which ward you're in using their interactive map.
Twice a year, the council hosts a multi-ward meeting for residents across several wards. Dulwich is represented at the South forum.
These meetings are mainly for funding programmes information, process, and announcement of decisions, including:
In each multi-ward forum, a Councillor will be a community champion and will chair these meetings, ensuring they operate effectively.
Community Champion: Andy Simmons / Andy.Simmons@southwark.gov.uk / 07956 624484
You can contact the local Development Officer with questions, suggestions and feedback for the council on things like policy, grants, and public spending. You can find their contact details below.
The council also sends a monthly news letter with all the latest information on developments in your area. If you'd like to receive this newsletter, and/ or be alerted to news and events, you can request this with the EC development Officer:
Tel: 020 7525 3690
Southwark Council: https://www.southwark.gov.uk/engagement-and-consultations/community-councils/dulwich
Community Southwark and other local stakeholders in Southwark are currently in the process of developing an interactive map of all the community groups, organisations, NGOs and more in the borough.
This will be a public resource with the aim of informing residents, businesses and friends of Southwark what services and groups are locally available. Keep your eyes peeled on Southwark CAN for more information.
If you have any questions regarding community groups, or you want to get more connected with your community, please contact:
A new Democracy Fund is now open for applications. The fund is part of the council’s new Empowering Communities Programme for Southwark, which makes it easier for residents to discuss and get involved with the issues that directly affect them. The Democracy Fund is part of the new Empowering Communities Programme...