Governance & Policies
In this section you can access a wide range of information and documents relating to the council's decision making processes and the legal framework it operates within.
Local authorities are required to adopt a code of conduct, which sets out rules governing the behaviour of their Members and satisfies the requirements of the Localism Act 2011. All elected, co-opted and independent members of local authorities, including parish councils, are required to abide by their own, formally adopted, code. The code of conduct seeks to ensure that members observe the highest standards of conduct in their civic role. The code is intended to be consistent with the seven principles: selflessness, integrity, objectivity, accountability, openness, honesty and leadership.
Standing Orders are the written rules of a local council that relate to the internal organisational, administrative and procurement procedures and procedural matters for meetings. They are not the same as the policies of a council but they may refer to them. A local council must have standing orders for the procurement of contracts.
The Publication Scheme details the information an authority must make available to the public as part its normal business
Data Protection policy of the Parish Council adopted in June 2014
Death of a Senior Figurehead Policy of the Parish Council reviewed December 2017
Drone Policy of the Parish Council adopted on 2nd November 2018
Equal Opportunities Policy of the Parish Council adopted on 30th May 2013
Investment Policy of the Parish Council adopted on 28th August 2013
Marquees on Parish Council Property Policy of the Parish Council adopted on 23rd May 2017
Maternity and Adoption Policy of the Parish Council adopted on 17th September 2014
Maternity, Flexible Working and Parental Leave Policy of the Parish Council adopted on 4th June 2014
Memorial Policy of the Parish Council reviewed in October 2019
Noticeboard and Leaflet Policy of the Parish Council adopted on 12th February 2013
Political Hire of the Parish Centre Policy of the Parish Council adopted on 2nd June 2014
Press Media and Communication Policy of the Parish Council adopted on 29th June 2017
Social Media Policy of the Parish Council adopted on 13th February 2020
Training Policy of the Parish Council adopted on 1st April 2014
Document setting out the process for making a complaint about Redbourn Parish Council
This document sets out the way in which Redbourn Parish Council processes and stores your information when you have contact with us