Chair A Smith: 01527 893967
Cllr S Arthur: 07860 240331
Cllr I Bellion: 01527 892130
Cllr Q Cary: 01527 893055
Cllr P Dormer: 01527 892960
Cllr E Guise
Cllr H Hammersley
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Parish Councillor Roles
Updated 5th October 2016
Chairman: Cllr A Smith
Vice Chairman: Vacant
Clerk’s Delegation Scheme for Planning: Cllrs A Smith, I Bellion &
Clerk’s Finance Consultative Group: Cllr Q Cary
Parish Paths Warden: Cllr A Jones
CALC Area Representatives: Cllr I Bellion
Square Management Committee: Cllrs S Arthur, I Bellion & A Smith
RBC Standards Committee: Vacant
Feckenham Improvement Group Liaison: Vacant
Parish Lengthsman Liaison: Vacant
Village Hall Committee Representative: Cllr Bellion
Parish Councils have powers to represent and support their local communities. They protect local environments and provide local services and facilities. Many of the decisions involve public money therefore it is essential that the council's business is conducted in a correct and transparent manner.
To achieve transparency, confidence and legal decision-making, there are rules for conducting business, established in law and good practice. Procedures which:
- help the council to act in a legal and consistent manner
- protect the Council from making unlawful decisions
- support good chairmanship
- guide councillors
Standing Orders represent agreement among councillors and help the Chairman manage the meetings and prevent disagreement over how to conduct business. Standing Orders are regularly reviewed by the Parish Council, and updated when appropriate.
Financial Regulations govern the conduct of financial management by the council and set out how the council meets its responsibilities. Like Standing Orders they are regularly reviewed and updated.
Freedom of Information as required by the Freedom of Information Act 2000, the Parish Council has adopted a model scheme approved by the Information Commissioner.
The Parish Council may also adopt other procedures which assist in carrying out its functions.