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Disciplinary and Grievance Arrangements - LTN 22

NALC has issued this Legal Topic Note (LTN) which provides guidance on:

  • The disciplinary process: how councils can deal with concerns about employee misconduct and poor performance
  • The grievance process: how employees can raise work-related concerns with the council or, when their concerns are about a councillor, with the principal authority

NALC has also produced associated model disciplinary and grievance policies that contain the procedures that councils should follow. These are in the appendix to this LTN

Tue, 26 Nov 2019

LTN 02 The Chairman of local councils

On April 9, 2018, a new Legal Topic Note was published by NALC on The Chairman of local councils.

Mon, 16 Apr 2018

LTN 04 Powers of a Community Meeting in Communities without a separate Community Council

LTN-4 Powers of a Community Meeting in Communities without a separate Community Council-March 2017

LTN 4 has been updated to reflect the changes to the establishment and dissolution of community councils following the Local Government (Wales) Measure 2011.

Tue, 28 Mar 2017

Tags: LTN, NALC

LTN 05 Parish and Community Council Meetings

LTN-5 Parish and Community Council Meetings- March 2017

This LTN has been revised to add information about the restriction on voting on matters relating to the precept which applies to a councillor who is in arrears of payment of council tax together with the associated criminal offence of not disclosing the arrears at a relevant meeting.

Fri, 03 Mar 2017

LTN 11 Celebrations and Similar Events

LTN-11 Celebrations and Similar Events- March 2017

LTN-11 has been updated to include references to LTN 88 on event licensing and section 138B of the 1972 Act in respect of events and celebrations with a religious flavour.

Parish, town and community councils often wish to celebrate some national event (e.g. Royal Jubilee) or a local event (e.g. anniversary of the council). The celebration may be marked by a single event (such as a street party) or by a permanent object (such plaque or sign) or a combination. This advice is of general application in respect of the powers of local councils to organise celebratory events or objects and to incur expenditure for that purpose. This Legal Topic Note sets out the relevant statutory and other legal provisions.

Mon, 27 Mar 2017

Tags: LTN, Event, NALC

LTN 13 Policing Your Area

LTN-13 Policing Your Area- March 2017

This Legal Topic Note has recently been updated to include the Investigatory Powers Act 2016 and other developments in respect of the use of CCTV.

It considers the powers and duties of local councils in relation to crime in their area, together with guidance on approaches and systems that can be used.

Mon, 27 Mar 2017

Tags: LTN, NALC

LTN 31 Local Council General Powers

Legal Topic Note 31 - Local Council General Powers was issued by NALC on Friday 26th October 2018.

For further information please click on the document link provided.

Fri, 26 Oct 2018

LTN 33 - Councillors' Allowances

This NALC Legal Topic Note sets out the different types of allowances that can be paid to councilors.

Tue, 17 Sep 2019