Local Councils (Parish) are the first tier of local government, statutory bodies which are and controlled by law, this means there are certain rules and procedures which a Council must follow.
When a Councillor is elected or co-opted to join the Council they must sign the register of interest and must abide by the Code of Conduct.
The Council is a corporate body and therefore the decisions ‘it’ makes are made collectively. The key responsibility of the Parish Council is to serve the community it represents.
|Code of Conduct||FWS Code of Conduct 2021|
|Standing Orders||FWS Standing Orders 2021|
|Financial Regulations||FWS Financial Regulations 2021|
|Transparency Code||Transparency Policy Sept 2021|
|Complaints Policy||Complaints Policy 2021|
|Freedom of Information||Freedom of Information Act 2000 Sept 2021|
|Vexatious Policy||Vexatious Policy 2021|
|Data Protection (GDPR)|
|Appraisal||Appraisal policy 2021|
Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) Link to Gov.uk
Local Government Act 1972 Link to Gov.uk