Councillors are required by law to notify the Council's Monitoring Officer of their Disclosable Pecuniary Interests. 'Pecuniary' is a legal term to mean consisting of or relating to money. These are as defined in the Relevant Authorities (Disclosable Pecuniary Interests) Regulations 2012 (opens in new window).
The register is a document that can be consulted when or before an issue arises, and so allows the public, council staff and fellow councillors to know what interests a councillor has and whether they might give rise to a possible conflict of interest.
View a councillor's register of interests
Our individual councillor profile pages include their register of interests.
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To inspect hardcopies of the registers at the Council offices please contact the Democratic Services team. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- A councillor with a disclosable pecuniary interest in a matter to be considered at a meeting is prohibited from knowingly participating in that matter unless a dispensation is in place.
- A councillor with a disclosable pecuniary interest in a matter is prohibited from knowingly making formal decisions on his own about that matter unless a dispensation is in place.
- The Localism Act 2011 introduced criminal offences relating to failure to register disclosable pecuniary interests and participation by members in business in which they have disclosable pecuniary interests.