Councillors Declaration of Interest
- Category: Councillors and MPs
- Last Updated: 11 April 2017
Members have a responsibility to declare any personal and/or prejudicial interest in any item of business.
There is a standing item on every Council and Committee agenda headed 'Declaration of Interests'. This item reminds Members of their responsibility to declare any personal and/or prejudicial interest which they may have in an item of business on the agenda either at the beginning of the discussion or when the interest becomes apparent and, in the case of personal and prejudicial interests (subject to certain exceptions in the Council's Code of Conduct for Members), to leave the meeting prior to discussion and voting on the item.
How to make a Complaint
If you have a complaint or concern about the conduct of a Member of the Council in relation to the Code of Conduct you can submit a complaint using our form Complaint Form: Code of Conduct for Members. Before completing the complaint form you are advised to read the notes Code of Conduct for Members: Information for Potential Complainants. Both of these documents are available from the Complaints procedure page.
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