Councillor hub – Co-operative Party


Being Labour & Co-operative

If you have just been elected as Labour & Co-operative, read our tips to getting recognised here.

Apply to become a Co-operative Councillor

Registration is open to be endorsed as a Labour and Co-operative candidate at the 2022 local election.



Standing up for private renters: a guide for councillors


Modern Slavery Briefing for Local Councillors

Including the Co-operative Party Charter on Modern Slavery


6 Steps to Build Community Wealth

Using what we already have to generate local economic growth co-operatively

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By us, for us

A co-operative agenda for enhanced city and county regions


What would you like for your local Party activities
Co-operative Congress 17th to 18th June Birmingham
Principle Six Hour Tuesday 10th May at 6:00pm on zoom
NEC Review – Briefing for Party Officers
Training for Officers and Elected Representatives
Consultation – Representation on the NEC
Campaign and Election Spend – May 2021 (all elections)
Fairtrade Fortnight 2020 February 24th – March 8th



Commit to ensuring that there's nowhere to hide for modern slavery in your council's supply chain by joining the growing number of local authorities who have signed the Co-operative Party Charter Against Modern Slavery.

12 ideas for your local manifesto

Are you a current Co-operative councillor or a council candidate? Here are 12 campaign ideas and issues to take on in your manifesto.

Campaign for Food Justice

The Co-operative Party is campaigning for food justice. There are plenty of opportunities for Councillors to get involved. Read our briefing to find out more.