Councillors have a wide range of reserved functions, details of which are defined in law across a large number of enactments. These comprise mainly decisions on important matters of policy and finance. Schedule 3 of the Local Government Reform Act 2014, in conjunction with section 21, sets out, for the first time, a comprehensive list of reserved functions. In accordance with the structural reconfiguration at sub-county level provided for in the 2014 Act, these functions will be performed by Councillors at municipal district level and/ or at full Council level. Apart from reserved functions specified in statute, councillors represent their electorate over a range of public issues and also have a right of representation on a number of other public bodies which operate locally and regionally.