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Doynton Parish Council

The Parish Council is trying to raise its profile in the village.  If you have any matters you wish to raise with the council please contact any councillor - phone numbers are on the left of this page. Alternatively you can email them on: .

Click here for dates of meetings (held every 2 months)

Next Meeting is wednesday 29th September at 7:00pm in the Village Hall.  Please click here for the agenda.

The Parish Council meetings are governed by standing orders which you can read here and financial regulations which you can see here and here.  The latest budget and actuals for 2021/22 can be seen here.  Please click here to see the addendum to the Financial Standing Orders due to CoronaVirus and here to see the minutes of the Finance Committee meeting on 21-01-21. The Community Infrastructure Levy Report is here.

The annual governance and accountability reports for the last 5 years : 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20 2020/21 The internal independent audit statement for 2020/21 is here. The notice of exercise of public rights is here.

The draft budget for 2021-22 can be seen here.  The fixed asset register can be seen here. The tree register can be seen here.

Minutes of Council Meetings:

31-01-18 21-03-18 10-05-18 10-05-18 AGM

Doynton Parish Annual Meeting May 2018 19-07-18 19-09-18 21-11-18 16-01-19 20-03-19

Doynton Parish Annual Meeting May 2019 AGM 2019 9-05-19 25-07-19 26-09-19 28-11-19

15-01-20 18-03-20 7-07-20 30-09-20 18-11-20 20-01-21 17-03-21 5-05-21

Doynton Parish Annual Residents Meeting 2021 1-07-21

Local Code of Conduct and Complaints Process:

From 1st July 2012 local councils are required to adopt a Local Code of Conduct for Members. The responsibility for considering complaints that a member may have breached the Code of Conduct will remain with South Gloucestershire Council

What this means to you:

Doynton Parish Council adopted its Local Code of Conduct on 19th September 2012. The Revised Code of Conduct is available here and the complaints procedure is here.  The small parish transparency code is here.  If you consider that a Parish/Town Councillor has acted in such a way as to breach the Code of Conduct, you must submit your complaint in writing to:

The Monitoring Officer
South Gloucestershire Council
Council Offices
Castle Street
South Gloucestershire
BS35 1HF

A standard complaint form is available on the South Gloucestershire Council web site.  Complaints will be referred to the Standards Sub-Committee of South Gloucestershire Council.  It will only deal with complaints about the behaviour of a member. It will not deal with complaints about things that are not covered by the members’ Code of Conduct.

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