Corporate

Standing Orders

Standing Orders govern how the Council operates
Standing Orders Document updated 16th May 2016

Financial Regulations

Financial Regulations govern the Council's finance, and how we spend money
 

Scheme of Delegation

This sets out how the Committee Structure works and their delegated powers as well as the delegated authority of the Town Clerk

Code of Conduct

The Localism Act 2011 requires all Local Authorities to adopt a Code of Conduct setting out the standards of behaviour expected from local Councillors. All Councillors must adhere to this. MarlboroughTown Council adopted its Code of Conduct in July 2012

pdfCode-of-Conduct-2012.pdf92.55 KB

Complaints Procedure

Freedom of Information / Scheme of Publication

pdfFOI_Scheme_16_05_2016.pdf45.76 KB

Freedom of Information Policy143.98 KB

Public Question Time - Guidance

Public Question Time

Health and Safety Policy Statement

pdfH_and_S_Policy_16_05_2016.pdf608.58 KB

Lone Working Policy

pdfLone_Working_Policy.pdf98.52 KB

Data Protection Policy

Data Protection Policy 07.11.16162.13 KB

Press and Media Policy

pdfPress_and_Media_Policy_16_05_2016.pdf92.65 KB

Social Media Policy

pdfSocial_Media_Policy_16_05_2016.pdf163.38 KB

Policy and Protocol on Recording, Photography and Use of Social Media at Meetings

pdfPOLICY_AND_PROTOCOL_ON_RECORDING.pdf106.87 KB

Register of Interests

Under The Relevant Authorities (Disclosable Pecuniary Interests) Regulations 2012 all members of relevant authorities, including  town and parish councils are being required to register their “disclosable pecuniary interests”. Marlborough Town Council has a statutory duty to publish its Members’ disclosable pecuniary interests on its website. The full Register of Interests is at http://services.wiltshire.gov.uk/TownAndParish/ROI/ 

 

 

 

 

 
 

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