Bretton Parish Council

Bretton Parish Council
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Bretton Parish Council

It is Bretton Parish Council's policy to be as open as possible. However, not all information can be made available to the public but information will be made available where the law allows, except where it is considered that the release of that information will cause significant harm or prejudice. Information (including that listed in this document) will be withheld from publication in whole or in part where it is considered by the Parish Council that disclosure may harm or prejudice law enforcement, legal proceedings or the administration of justice; or may infringe the privacy, personal, commercial, contractual or other confidences of any person or otherwise infringe their rights; or because disclosure is otherwise prohibited by law. In such cases the Parish Council will withhold the information and indicate the relevant exemption under the appropriate legislation.

Chairpersons message + Aims and Objectives:
Developed by the council as part of the changes in council structure
Freedom of Information Publication Scheme:
as required by the Freedom of Information Act 2000 Publication Schemes
Publication Scheme Guide 2009
to make information available to the public as part of its normal business
Complaints/Grievance Procedure Policy:
a standard and formal procedure for considering complaints
Standing Orders:
that govern the conduct and procedures of meetings
Financial Regulations:
how expenditure is authorised and incurred
Members’ Code of Conduct:
a code of conduct by which all Members must agree to abide
Risk Assessment:
relating to Bretton Parish Council
Brettton Equality Act  
Diversity and Equality Policy
Bretton Parish Council have adopted the above Model Publication Scheme as recommended by the Information Commissioner.

This Model Publication Scheme can be downloaded here.

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