Representation

Local Government

The Lee is part of the Chiltern Ridges ward of Buckinghamshire Council, represented by Councillors Patricia Birchley (Cons), Jane MacBean (Cons) and Mohammed Fayyaz (LibDem).

This ward is made up of the parishes of Chartridge and Cholesbury cum St Leonards in addition to The Lee, plus part of Chesham, and can be viewed on an interactive map.

The whole of the Chiltern Ridges ward, along with the town of Chesham and the parishes of Ashley Green, Latimer & Ley Hill and Chenies are together represented at local level by the Chesham and Rural Villages Community Board.

The Lee Parish Council has responded to the Boundary Commission’s consultation on the future structure of local government in Buckinghamshire, which proposes a reduction in the number of county councillors from 147 to 98 and a redrawing of ward boundaries.

National Government

The Lee is part of the Chesham and Amersham constituency, represented since June 2021 by Sarah Green, MP (LibDem).

The Lee Parish Council has responded to the Boundary Commission’s consultation on the structuring of parliamentary constituencies, which proposes that The Lee, along with Chartridge, Cholesbury, the Missendens and Hyde Heath amongst others, move to the Princes Risborough constituency. A map of the proposed constituency, along with a summary of responses received in the first consultation, can be found via the Boundary Commission’s website.