Interests Register

At the beginning of each three-year council term, elected members are asked to disclose known interests on behalf of themselves and spouses or partners.

At the beginning of each three-year council term, elected members are asked to disclose known interests on behalf of themselves and spouses or partners. These are listed in the Elected Members Interests Register. 

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Elected Members Interests Register

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It is up to the elected member to judge whether they have any interests to declare.  Some elected members may have none.

As well as this, elected members may decide that they have an interest in a particular issue or item to be discussed at a meeting. There is a standing item on every meeting agenda for elected members to declare conflicts of interest.

Members who have declared an interest in any matters that are due to be considered at a Council, Committee or Community Board meeting should declare that they have an interest in the matter, leave the table and not take part in any discussion, debate or vote on that matter. 

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