Lord Provost of Dundee content
Bill Campbell is Dundee's Lord Provost. He represents the West End ward as a Scottish National Party (SNP) Councillor.
What does the Lord Provost do?
The Lord Provost is the non-political civic figurehead of the city, a position which dates back to the 14th Century. The Lord Provost is usually elected every four years from the 29 members of Dundee City Council.
The Lord Provost is also the Lord-Lieutenant of Dundee, which means they are the King’s official representative in the city. The Lord Provost will host any visits by members of the royal family and events relating to the armed forces.
They will carry out a wide range of duties which include civic receptions, promoting Dundee’s reputation home and abroad and including with our twinned cities.
The Lord Provost is supported by the Depute Lord Provost, Deputy Lieutenants and Bailies.
A message from the Lord Provost
Dundee has a long and proud civic history. The Lord Provost is at the forefront of the civic business, and I'm proud to be the current incumbent of the role.
In Dundee, Lord Provosts have always directed their activity towards doing what we can for the people we represent.
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Contact the Lord Provost
Lord Provost's Secretary
21 City Square
Dundee DD1 3BT
Tel: 01382 434216