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NALC Legal Update June 2022

NALC Legal Update – June 2022

  • The Official Controls (Plant Protection Products) Regulations 2020
  • New legislation – councillor disqualification for sexual offences
  • Declaring casual vacancies

Wed, 01 Jun 2022

Access to NALC LTNs and templates

Username and password to access NALC Legal Topic Notes and NALC templates which cover HR*, allotments, model Financial Regulations, Model Standing Orders.

*includes:
Annual leave
Anti-harassment and bullying
Data protection
Disciplinary and greivance
Emergency/Dependants leave
Equality and diversity
Expenses
Flexible working
Homeworking
Information technology
Lone working
Maternity/paternity leave
Poor performance
Sickness absence
Social media
Training and development
Whistleblowing

Mon, 01 Mar 2021

Tags: NALC

Responsibilities for Clearing Snow and Ice on Highways

In winter, snow and ice may make roads and pavements unsafe for traffic and pedestrians respectively.

Bad winters have prompted some parish councils in England and community councils to ask about responsibilities for keeping highways clear and if they have statutory powers to assist in clearing snow and ice.

Tue, 27 Oct 2020

Website Accessibility Regulations

Information for local councils to start preparing for the website accessibility regulations

(August 2019)

Thu, 17 Oct 2019

Tags: NALC

Legal Briefing L08-18 Judicial Review Claim Brought Against Ledbury Town Council

The CEOs of the National
Association of Local Councils, Jonathan Owen, and of the Society of Local
Council Clerks, Rob Smith, have considered the implications of the high court
judgment on a judicial review claim by a Councillor against Ledbury Town
Council and sent a joint letter to the Government and
the Committee on Standards in Public Life and Local Government
Association, to voice concerns and request urgent talks.

NALC has also published new legal guidance on the subject, which includes
a summary of the case and its implications, as the decision confines most
complaints about councillors to the code of conduct process.

Tue, 26 Jun 2018