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docxStandingOrders_v1.2.docx The Standing Orders governing meetings of the Parish Council.
pdfReportingAtMeetings_v1.1.pdf KB This policy defines the protocol for reporting at Council meetings.
pdfFreedomOfInformationPolicy_v1.2.pdf476 KB This policy has been prepared by Boldre Parish Council and commits the council to make information available to the public. No information will be released where it discloses personal information which would breach the Data Protection Act.
pdfComplaints_v1.2.pdf471 KB This document lays down the procedure that this council will adopt in the event of a complaint being made by a member of the public.
pdfRetentionOfDocuments_v1.2.pdf This policy defines the minimum retention period for council documents.
pdfFinancialRegulations_v1.2.pdf These  financial  regulations  govern  the  conduct  of  financial  management  by  the Council  and  may  only  be  amended  or  varied  by  resolution  of  the  Council.

This policy covers the health, safety and welfare of employees, contractors, councilors and members of the public, and promotes the use of safe equipment, systems of work and facilities to minimise any risk.

 pdfGrantsPolicy484 KB Boldre Parish Council will consider applications for grants from voluntary groups or charitable organisations. To qualify for an award the applicant must be able to demonstrate that any funding from the Parish Council will benefit the Parish, or residents of the Parish.
pdfUse Of Council Facilities469 KB  Policies for the use of council facilities by third parties.
pdfData_Protection_Policy_v1.2.pdf407 KB  Council policies for compliance with the data protection act.
pdfEqualOpportunities.pdf The  purpose  of  this  policy  is  to  provide  equal  opportunities  to  all employees and councillors, irrespective of their gender, race, ethnic origin, disability,  age,  nationality,  national  origin,  sexual  orientation,  religion,
marital status or social  class. Council opposes all forms of unlawful and unfair discrimination, bullying and harassment.
pdfRiskManagementPolicy.pdf518 KB Boldre Parish Council is committed to identifying and managing risks, using the following procedures, and to ensuring that risks are maintained at an acceptable level
pdfCodeOfConductForParishes.pdf465 KB Council policies for conduct by Councillors
pdfOperating_Framework.pdf487 KB This statement summarises how Boldre Parish Council operates.  It is designed as a quick reference point for members of the public, and an “aide memoire” for officers and Councillors.