Policies, Procedures & Registers (PPR)

Controlled Documentation Procedure;
 

Gives a full list of all Procedures & Policies adopted by the Parish Council, the dated adopted, and the next review date.

1. Standing Orders;
 

The Parish Council must operate under certain procedures which are defined by legislation.

Lockington Parish Council have resolved to adopt the NALC Model Standing Orders (2018). 

The Standing Orders can be downloaded by selecting the link to the right of this page. Alternatively, the Clerk can provide you with a copy.

2. Code of Conduct;
 

All Parish Councillors must sign a 'Declaration of Acceptance' form for the office of which they hold. This includes an undertaking to adhere to the Code of Conduct of Lockington Parish Council. 

Lockington Parish Council have resolved to adopt the ERYC (2019) Code of Conduct.

The Code of Conduct can be downloaded by selecting the link to the right of this page. Alternatively, the Clerk can provide you with a copy. 

3. Financial Regulations & Financial Risk Assessment
 
The Parish Council must operate under strict financial control as defined by legislation.
Lockington Parish Council have resolved to adopt the NALC Model Financial Regulations 2019. A financial risk assessment is also used to ensure the Parish Council have controls in place for all financial risks.
 
The Financial Regulations & Financial Risk Asesment can be downloaded by selecting the link to the right of this page. Alternatively, the Clerk can provide you with a copy.
 
4. Asset Register & Assessment Risk Register;
 
The Parish Council must be able to clearly identify its assets, location of said asset's and the financial worth of the assets. These assets must be insured and a Risk Assessment of these assets must be carried out annually.

The Asset Register and Asset Risk Register can be downloaded by selecting the link to the right of this page. Alternatively, the Clerk can provide you with a copy.

 
5. Lockington Emergency Plan
 
All major emergencies (road accidents, fires, severe weather, flooding, medical emergencies) are dealt with by the Emergency Services, Local Authorities, Health Agencies, Utility Companies and Voluntary Agencies in a combined and coordinated response, and it is highly unlikely that we as Lockington Parish Council would ever need to get involved. However, it is recommended that communites have an emergency plan to ensure good communication in such an emergency.
The Emergency Plan can be downloaded by selecting the link to the right of this page. Alternatively, the Clerk can provide you with a copy.
 
Complaints
 

Any complaints regarding the conduct of Councillors should be made in writing and addressed to Mathew Buckley, Monitoring Officer, East Riding of Yorkshire Council, County Hall, Beverley, East Yorkshire, HU17 9BA or emailed to standards@eastriding.gov.uk

The complaint must include the following criteria;

  • Name and contact details of the complainant.
  • Name and contact details of the respondent.
  • Detailed description of the breach in the Code of Conduct.