The Information Commissioner has reviewed the original publication scheme, initiated in 2003, and issued a revised model document which this council has adopted from 1st January 2009 and which will take the place of the previous scheme.
This authorities' key responsibilities are to represent the electorate of Glaisdale Parish, to take action within the legal framework and to provide a leadership focus for the community.
** The headings below set out the classes of information described in the Model Publication Scheme and should not be taken to indicate that Glaisdale Parish Council actually holds any particular class of information. The full schedule, which shows precisely which information and in what format is available, together with any fees chargeable, can be downloaded from this website in PDF format by clicking on the 'FOI' link below.**
(Organisational information, structures, locations and contacts.)
(Information re projected & actual income & expenditure, Procurement, contracts and Audit.)
(Strategies, plans, performance indicators, audits, inspections and reviews.)
(Decision making processes and records of decisions.)
(Written protocols, policies and procedures by which our responsibilities are delivered)
Policies and Procedures for the conduct of council business:
- Procedural Standing Orders
- Committee and Sub Committee terms of reference
- Delegated authority in respect of Officers
- Code of Conduct
- Policy Statements
Policies and Procedures for the provision of services and employment of staff:
- Internal policies relating to delivery of services.
- Equality & Diversity policy
- Health & Safety Policy.
- Recruitment Policies (including any current vacancies)
- Policies and procedures for handling requests for information.
Complaints procedures:(including those covering requests for information and operation of the publication scheme)
- Information security policy
- Records management policies
- Data protection policies
- Schedule of charges (for the publication of information.)
- Burial grounds and closed churchyards
- Community Centres and Village Halls.
- Parks, Playing fields and recreational facilities.
- Seating, litter bins, clocks memorials and lighting.
- Bus Shelters
- Public Conveniences.
- Agency Agreements.
- Services for which the council is entitled to recover a fee.
- Disbursement Costs
- Statutory Fees