About Us

About Us

The Community Council is made up of Bishopton residents (who must be registered voters). Its role is:

The Community Council operates to a defined Constitution and Standing Orders which define our aims and objectives and ways in which our meetings are conducted.

Where and when does the Community Council meet?

Meetings are usually held in the Cornerstone on the first Wedneday of each month from September to June, the meetings starting at 7.30pm and (usually!) finishing by 9.30pm. The meeting dates are published on this web site, in the minutes (copies of which are held in the Library), and on the Renfrewshire Council website.

Meetings are open to any member of the public, and there is always an opportunity for residents to give their views and to join in the discussions. The October meeting is the Annual General Meeting (AGM), and all councillors must stand for re-election after 4 years.