Standing Orders set out how any Parish Council conducts its business. They cover such matters as timing and conduct of meetings, financial management, complaints procedure etc. Some are compulsory but others are discretionary.
Please click the link below for full details.
Standing Orders for Worlingworth Parish Council - reviewed and adopted 16th March 2022
Financial Regulations for Worlingworth Parish Council - reviewed and re-adopted 16th March 2022
Listed below are additional published policies and procedures that the Parish Council has formally adopted:
Bring Your Own Device/Email Communication Policy - reviewed and adopted 19th January 2022
Complaints Procedure - reviewed and re-adopted 20th April 2022
Disciplinary Policy - reviewed and adopted 20th April 2022
Equality & Diversity - reviewed and re-adopted 16th March 2022
Grievance Policy - reviewed and re-adopted 20th April 2022
Media Policy - reviewed and re-adopted 17th February 2021
Performance Improvement Policy & Procedure - reviewed and adopted 23rd April 2021
Planning Policy - reviewed and re-adopted 16th March 2022
Planning Principles - reviewed and re-adopted 16th March 2022
Pre-planning protocol - in July 2017 a pre-planning protocol was adopted to guide the way in which the Council will interact with developers or parishioners who wish to discuss matters prior to submitting formal planning applications
Privacy Notice - reviewed and re-adopted 17th February 2021
Vexatious Complaints Policy - reviewed and adopted 21st July 2021
Website Policy - reviewed and re-adopted 16th March 2022
Code of Conduct
Worlingworth Parish Councillors are required to comply with the Local Government Association Councillor Code of Conduct.
The six principles of public life identified within the code are:
- * Selflessness
- * Integrity
- * Objectivity
- * Accountability
- * Openness
- * Honesty
- * Leadership.
A copy of the code can be viewed by clicking on the link below.
Councillor Code of Conduct - reviewed and adopted June 2022