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NALC MODEL STANDING ORDERS - CALC COMMENTARY 15.11.18

Please find attached a copy of the commentary from Cornwall Association of Local Councils of the NALC model standing orders following a review that took place in July 2018. This commentary should be read in conjunction with the NALC model standing orders.

Fri, 16 Nov 2018

NALC Model Standing Orders 2018

Since NALC's publication of the Model Standing Orders in April 2018, further changes have been made to the documentation.

Please refer to briefing L09-18 2018 Model Standing Orders Amendment - July 2018 where the changes are set out in detail. This briefing is also available to view in the documents section of our website.

Wed, 08 Aug 2018

NALC New Model Financial Regulations 2019

NALC has now issued an updated version of its Model Financial Regulations.

NALC advise that the main changes from the previous (2016) version are:

1. Restriction added to Regulation 11.1.a.ii

Clarifying disapplication of contract regulations to legal professionals limited to those acting in disputes only – not general legal work.

2. Update to limits under Public Contract Regulations – footnote to Regulation 11.1.b

3. Minor change to heading Regulation 12.

Financial regulations govern the conduct of financial management by the council and may only be amended or varied by resolution of the council.

They are one of the council's main governing policy documents providing procedural guidance for members and officers. Financial regulations must be observed in conjunction with the council's Standing Orders and any individual financial regulations relating to contracts

Thu, 15 Aug 2019

NALC Template Allotment Garden Tenancy Agreement Guidance

The purpose of this guidance is to help a council use/edit NALC's template allotment garden tenancy agreement. NALC's template allotment garden tenancy agreement incorporates the most important statutory rights conferred on a council and tenant in respect of the letting of an allotment garden.

Fri, 01 Nov 2013

NALC/SLCC Checklist for Public Meetings

This checklist is the first step in the risk assessment process.

Please Note : it is the view of CALC and all of its local and national advisors that it is still too early to consider holding a physical meeting of the council.

Fri, 17 Jul 2020

Notice of Conclusion of Audit

'The Audit Commission Act 1998 as amended, the Accounts & Audit (England) Regulations 2011, and the Code of Audit Practice require that:

1. As soon as reasonably possible after the conclusion of an audit, and in any event before 30th September immediately following the end of a year, a council shall display a Notice stating that it has published the requisite information and shall keep copies of the information available for purchase by any person on payment of a reasonable sum.'

Fri, 01 Apr 2011

Officer Member Protocol

A CALC Model Document - whilst this Protocol cannot be prescriptive or cover all eventualities, it does aim to offer guidance on some common issues and provide points of principle that can be applied to other issues that might arise.

Mon, 18 Sep 2017

Playground Risk Assessment & Action Plan

Part II of the CALC Risk Assessment Guide for Play Areas and Outdoor Gyms.

A template for risk assessment and possible actions to control Covid-19 risks associated with play areas and outdoor gyms.

Tue, 30 Jun 2020

Pre-Application Agreement

This document outlines the roles of each of the parties involved in the planning process. If a parish chooses to adopt this agreement, it will define your council's role and your requirements of the applicant. It also defines the role of the planning authority in supporting you through this process

Thu, 10 Nov 2016

Pre-Application Planning Profile

Cornwall Council will hold this register of information about your parish and share it with any potential developer seeking pre- application consultation in your area.

Thu, 10 Nov 2016

Pre-Application Protocol

This protocol explains how your council will engage in pre-application and clarifies the potential danger areas which should be avoided under the Code of Conduct.

Thu, 10 Nov 2016

Recruitment Manual

Recruitment Manual published by CALC and created in partnership with SLCC and ALCC.

Wed, 16 Jan 2019

Risk Assessment/ Health and Safety Template

Health and Safety/ Risk Assessment template provided by HSE

Fri, 01 Jul 2016

Social Media Policy Example (SLCC)

  1. Policy statement
    1. This policy is intended to help employees including clerks, RFO's, Executive Officers, part-time, fixed-term and casual employees (collectively referred to as employees in this policy), volunteers and members make appropriate decisions about the use of social media such as blogs, social networking websites, forums, message boards, or comments on web-articles, such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn [insert other relevant social media websites].

Fri, 01 Jul 2016

Template Letter to confirm furlough arrangement

NALC's suggested template letter for employers to use once an employee has agreed to be furloughed.

Please read the Guidance Note at the end of this template letter and note that further guidance and updates on the Government's Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme may be issued in due course.

Tue, 07 Apr 2020

Template letter to staff asking them to consider being furloughed

NALC's HR Associate team (HR Services Partnership) has produced this template letter which local councils can use in seeking an employee's agreement to be furloughed.

Please read the Guidance Note at the end of this template letter and note that further guidance and updates on the Government's Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme may be issued in due course.

Tue, 07 Apr 2020

Transfer of Responsibility for a closed churchyard

Where a the Parochial Church Council serves notice to a local council of its intention to close the Churchyard and transfer responsibility, the local council may in turn (within three months of the request) transfer this responsibility to Cornwall Council by making a formal resolution at Council and serving notice on the Principal Authority.

This document provides a sample letter for you to use as required.

Fri, 01 Jan 2010

Working Hours and Overtime Policy

'The Working Time Regulations 1998 (as amended) outline that employees should not work more than 48 hours per week on average. An individual employee may agree to work more than 48 hours a week. If so, he or she should sign the opt-out agreement found in Appendix 1, which they can cancel at any time. The employee must give 1 months notice to cancel the opt out agreement.

Employees cannot be fairly dismissed or subjected to detriment for refusing to sign an opt-out.

The Town/Parish Clerk will keep a record of who has agreed to work longer hours.'

Sat, 01 Sep 2012

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