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The openness of Local Government Bodies Regulations 2014
requires the recording of certain decisions taken by officers
acting under powers delegated to them by the Council, its
committees or sub-committees or a joint committee. The written
record must be available for inspection at the Councils offices and
on the website if it has one, as soon as reasonably practicable,
and should include:
•The decision taken and the date the decision was taken;
•The reasons for this decision;
•Any alternative options considered and rejected; and
•Any other background documents.
Where a decision is taken under a specific express authorisation the names of any member of the Council who has declared a conflict of interest must be recorded,
This requirement only applies to all decisions taken by officers whilst acting under a specific express authorisation and to only three categories of decision taken whilst acting under a general authorisation. These categories cover decisions:
•To grant a permission or licence
•That affects the rights of an individual
•Award a contract or incur expenditure which in either case affects that relevant local government body’s financial position.
You can ask for a copy of documents relating to decisions taken by any officer acting under specific or general delegated powers.
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