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Whitland Town Council Constitution

Summary and Explanation

Whitland Town Council

Whitland Town Council are not required by law to adopt a constitution, however they do need to adopt Standing Orders and a financial risk assessment and to have other governing documents such as a Councillors Code of Conduct and a Publication Scheme. Detailed below are the various adopted Policies andother documentation that the Council publishes.

Whitland Town Council resolved to voluntarily adopt this Constitution which will contain the statutory governance documents which it needs to publish as well as a number of other parts which will help to make its dealings more transparent to local people and businesses. Its purpose is to enable local people to understand how their Town is being governed and how they can become involved in the decision making. Whitland Town Council was inaugurated in May 1974. In its 40th Anniversary year 2014 a revised Constitution was adopted. This is the updated (2018) version of that constitution.

Policies

Code of Conduct for members - April 2016

Code of Conduct for Officers

Consent to hold contact information form

Contact Privacy Notice

Data breach Policy 2018

Data breach reporting form 2018

Document retention and disposal policy

Election and co-option Policy 2018

Environmental Policy

Equal Opportunities Policy

ICT Policy

Information and Data Protection Policy 2018

Language Policy

Mayoral Policy 2018

Privacy impact assessment explanation 2018

Privacy impact assessment form 2018

Procurement Policy

Retention of documents - appendix A of Document and Disposal Policy

Social Media Policy

Standing Orders 2018

Subject access request form 2018

 

 

 

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