Register of Interests

Kingston Parish Council

Your Parish Council

Transparency Code for Smaller Authorities

 

This requires the publication of the following information, and this is all made available here on the website.

 

Part 2: Information which should be published

10. Smaller authorities should publish:

a. all items of expenditure above £100

b. end of year accounts

c. annual governance statement

d. internal audit report

e. list of councillor or member responsibilities

f. the details of public land and building assets

g. Minutes, agendas and meeting papers of formal meetings

 

Items a to d

Click to download the Annual Return and supporting documents

Item e

Click to download the list of current Parish Councillors

Note July 2017: Following the resignation of a councillor there is currently a vacancy. A revised list of councillors will be published here when the new line up has been finalised.

Item f

Click to download the list of land and buildings

Item g

Agendas are published in advance of Council meetings - on the village noticeboard outside the Village Hall, and here on the website when available.

 

Draft Minutes are published as soon as possible after meetings. Click to download

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Guide to Information Available

Under the Freedom of Information Act, Kingston Parish Council must establish and maintain a Publication Scheme, which commits the Parish Council to making information available to the public as part of its normal duties. The Publication Scheme adopted by Kingston Parish Council is a model scheme approved by the Information Commissioner.

This Guide is published as an 'easy reference' document to show what information is available from Kingston Parish Council, how it may be obtained, and what charges, if any, apply. Please click on the link below:

The register of council members' interests is published here in accordance with the Localism Act 2011.