Policies and Grant Application Form


Mayors-Handbook-May 2017

Emergency Plan – Policy to be reviewed June 2019

Financial Regulations August 2015 – Policy to be reviewed June 2019

Standing Orders  – December 2013 – Policy to be reviewed June 2019

PLANTERS LICENCE – re-apply June 2021

Committee Terms Of Reference 2017 – Policy to be reviewed January 2020

POLICY – Health & Safety Policy & disclaimer for Volunteers – Policy to be reviewed April 2017

POLICY – Code of ConductPTC Code of Conduct for Councillors 2012, Policy to be reviewed 2016

POLICY – Certifying Documents – September 2016

POLICY – First Aid Policy September 2016

POLICY – Flexible Working September 2016

POLICY – Lone Working Policy September 2016

POLICY – Complaints Policy September 2016

POLICY – Child Protection Policy September 2016

POLICY – Correspondance Policy September 2016

POLICY – Dignity at Work Policy September 2016

POLICY – Discussion with Developers 2016

POLICY – Planning Code of Good Practice 2016


POLICY – Allotment Policy December 2016 amended

POLICY – Recording Meetings 2016

Councillor Principles Feb 2017

POLICY – Code of Conduct

POLICY – Health and Safety Policy September 2016

POLICY – Tree Work Nov 2016

POI;CY – Telephone Policy November 2016

POLICY – Memorial benches Policy 2016



POLICY – Procedure for document receipt circulation response handling and filing 2017

POLICY – PTC Training policy 2017

POLICY – Adverse Weather Policy



Data Transparency:

The Local Government Transparency Code 2015 (the Code) came into effect on 1 April 2015. The Code is issued by the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government. It replaces any previous codes issued in relation to authorities in England under those powers. The Code does not replace or supersede the existing legal framework for access to and re-use of public sector information provided by the : • Freedom of Information Act 2000 (as amended by the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012) • Environmental Information Regulations 2004 • Re-use of Public Sector Information Regulations 2005 • Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community Regulations 2009 and • Sections 25 and 26 of the Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014 which provides rights for persons to inspect a local authority’s accounting records and supporting documentation, and to make copies of them.

The Code requires local authorities in England to publish the following information quarterly:

  • expenditure exceeding £500
  • Government Procurement Card transactions
  • procurement information

Additionally, local authorities are required to publish the following information annually:

  • local authority land
  • social housing assets
  • grants to voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations
  • organisational chart
  • trade union facility time
  • parking account
  • parking spaces
  • senior salaries
  • constitution
  • pay multiple
  • fraud

Peacehaven Town Council complies with, or exceeds the requirements of the code by publishing the information on this website. Hard copies are available on request from the Town Council office.



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