Parish Council policies

Find out more about the parish council’s approach to important matters such as safeguarding and risk management.

 

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Character, Heritage and Conservation Strategy

Tollerton has a strong sense of identity and a priority to enhance the rural characteristics of the village as part of the parish plan.  The parish council has adopted this strategy to further this priority.


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Community Identity and Communication Policy

Our Community Identity Policy helps to maintain the identity and rural characteristics of Tollerton through the use of consistency of colours, planting and ‘street furniture.’


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Publication scheme

Detail of publications and information available from Tollerton Parish Council


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Complaints Policy

This policy sets out how Tollerton Parish Council will consider and respond to expressions of dissatisfaction about facilities or services provided by the Council or persons or bodies acting on behalf of the Council.


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Standing Orders

The Council and its committees and officers will make decisions in accordance with the Authority’s standing orders, policies and governing principles.


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Risk Management Statement

Tollerton Parish Council’s Risk Management Policy is to identify the risks within the council’s areas of responsibility and to record the main controls and any improvements deemed necessary.


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Safeguarding Procedures

Tollerton Parish Council works with schools and children’s centres to prevent and minimise the risk of abuse to vulnerable adults and will use the Nottinghamshire Safeguarding Adults framework to provide an effective and consistent approach to dealing with concerns and allegations of abuse and neglect.


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Parish Rooms Terms and Conditions of Hire

Tollerton Parish Council provides the Tollerton Parish Rooms for the benefit of residents of Tollerton.