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Governance and Accountability 2019

 The 2019 version of Governance and Accountability can be found on the Model Documents age of the website.

Councillor/Candidate Home Addresses

Rishi Sunak has written a letter confirming that he is taking forward a recommendation from the Committee on Standards in Public Life Review of Intimidation in Public Life that the Government should bring forward legislation to remove the requirement for candidates standing as local councillors to have their home addresses published on the ballot paper. Accordingly, Parliament has now amended the rules that apply to local government, parish council, and local and combined authority mayor elections, removing the requirement that each candidate’s home address must be published during the election process and be included on the ballot paper. The requirement for each candidate’s qualifying address to be published during that process has also been removed and Returning Officers and other electoral administrators should take care to avoid disclosing such addresses during an election count. A copy of the letter can be seen here.

 

 Committee on Standards in Public Life Ethical Standards Review

CSPL has published its long awaited report which can be accessed here.  NALC has issued an initial media release which can also be viewed here

ERNLLCA will be contacting member councils to take their views about the elements of the report which impact on our sector.

 

Elections May 2019

Parish and town councils are led by democratically elected councillors from the local community.

These local councillors decide on what services and projects the council will deliver. As representatives of the first tier of local government, and the closest to their communities, local councillors are best placed to engage with their residents and find out what the real local issues are and how to overcome them.

Local councils run elections to encourage residents who are passionate about their community to stand for election and thus contribute towards what goes on in their community. There are currently 120,000 councillors serving on the 10,000 local councils in England.

Do you, or someone you know, have what it takes to be a local councillor?

Contact your local council to find out more or you can find general information on the ERNLLCA website

Why don’t you stand for your local council and influence what happens in your community.

You can also find material at the Be a Councillor website, click here

6 Simple Steps to Becoming a Local Councillor

Make a Change

 

ERNLLCA Conference 2019

Next year's conference will be held on Friday 15th November 2019 at the Village Hotel Hull.

Updated Orders are available from the Members page 

National Planning Policy Framework

The Government has published the Framework and councils can access the details here

 


 

 

 

About Us

The East Riding and Northern Lincolnshire Local Councils Association, known as ERNLLCA, is an independent body which supports parish and town councils in the North Lincolnshire, North East Lincolnshire and the East Riding of Yorkshire. There is an equivalent organisation for each “shire county” area or equivalent in the country and all of these bodies, which are known as County Associations, join together as members of the National Association of Local Councils, or as it is more commonly known, NALC.

ERNLLCA (and its predecessor organisation, the Humberside Association of Parish and Town Councils) has been serving parish and town councils, and parish meetings, since 1974. In the years since there have been many changes to local government and the expectations placed on our tier of local government has grown and grown. ERNLLCA is a member organisation and its Officers cannot advise members of the public on matters relating to specific parish and town councils. If you have a query about an individual parish or town council you should contact the relevant Clerk or Chairman.

ERNLLCA is funded wholly by its members and does not receive any support from any of Principal Authorities or from the Government and exists purely for the benefit of its member parish and town councils. It works closely with Principal Authorities, Government Departments, Professional Bodies, Government Agencies and the Voluntary Sector to promote and support the work of member councils.

ERNLLCA operates a bottom-up approach to its governance. All member councils have the opportunity to meet 3 times a year through a system of District Committees. Each council may send any number of representatives to these meetings but only two may vote. Each District Committee elects representatives to serve on ERNLLCA’s Executive Committee and the Executive Committee elects a delegate to the meetings of the National Association of Local Councils. The current membership of the Executive Committee can be viewed in the Governance section of the members' pages.

 

 


 

 

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