Political composition of the Council

See the election results here

ARGYLL AND BUTE FIRST (3)

George Freeman (Ind)

Donald Kelly (Con)

Douglas Philand (Ind) (Leader of Argyll and Bute First)

ARGYLL AND BUTE SCOTTISH NATIONAL PARTY GROUP (11)

 

Cllr John Armour

Cllr Gordon Blair

Cllr Lorna Douglas

Cllr Jim Findlay 

Cllr Audrey E Forrest  - Depute Leader, SNP Group

Cllr Anne Horn

Cllr Jim Lynch - Leader, SNP Group 

Cllr Julie McKenzie

Cllr Iain Shonny Paterson

Cllr Sandy Taylor

Cllr Richard Trail


 

THE ARGYLL, LOMOND AND THE ISLANDS GROUP (19)

 

Cllr Rory Colville (LD)

Cllr Robin Currie (LD) – Leader, The Argyll, Lomond and the Islands Group

Cllr Mary Jean Devon (Ind)

Cllr Bobby Good (Con)

Cllr Kieron Green (Ind)

Cllr Graham Hardie (LD)

Cllr David Kinniburgh (Con)

Cllr Roderick McCuish (ISP)

Cllr Sir Jamie McGrigor (Con)

Cllr Donald MacMillan BEM (Ind)

Cllr Yvonne McNeilly (Con)

Cllr Aileen Morton (LD)

Cllr Barbara Morgan (Con)

Cllr Gary Mulvaney (Con)

Cllr Alan Reid (LD)

Cllr Alastair Redman (Con)

Cllr Elaine Robertson (Ind)

Cllr Andrew Vennard (Con) 

Cllr Gemma Penfold (Con) 


 

OTHER COUNCILLORS – NOT POLITICALLY ALIGNED (3)

 

Jim Anderson (Ind)

Jean Murray Moffat (Ind)

Liz McCabe (Ind) 

Note:   

Con – Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party

ISP – Independence for Scotland Party

Ind – Independent

LD – Scottish Liberal Democrat

SNP – Scottish National Party

 

There are 36 seats on Argyll and Bute Council