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Councillors' Code of Conduct: analysis of consultation responses

Published: 29 Jun 2017
Part of:
Public sector
ISBN:
9781788510653

Responses to consultation on possible amendments to the Councillors' Code of Conduct regarding provisions on conflicts of interest.

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Contents
Councillors' Code of Conduct: analysis of consultation responses
Footnotes

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Footnotes

1. Applications to the local authority for a licence, a consent or an approval, making an objection or representation or has a material interest concerning such a licence, consent or approval or is the subject of a statutory order of a regulatory nature, made, or proposed to be made, by the local authority.

2. https://consult.scotland.gov.uk/local-government-policy/councillor-code-of-conduct-amendment/

3. Applications to the local authority for a licence, a consent or an approval, making an objection or representation or has a material interest concerning such a licence, consent or approval or is the subject of a statutory order of a regulatory nature, made, or proposed to be made, by the local authority.

4. There are seven RTPs set up across Scotland under the Transport (Scotland) Act 2005 to provide a coordinated approach to transport planning and delivery between different local authority areas. Under the 2005 Act, their Boards are made up of councillors from the councils in each relevant area as well as non-councillor members appointed by the Scottish Ministers.


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