Declarations of interest

 Declarations

Meeting:  Wednesday, 6th November, 2019 2.00 pm - Planning Committee

5.1 2018/1139/FUL - Jubilee Cottage, 13 Main Street, Thorganby

  • Councillor Richard Musgrave - Personal - Councillor R Musgrave declared a personal interest in agenda item 5.1 – Jubilee Cottage, 13 Main Street, Thorganby as he was the County Councillor for Thorganby. Councillor Musgrave confirmed that he had come to the meeting with an open mind to consider the application.

Meeting:  Wednesday, 5th February, 2020 4.00 pm - Executive

6. Better Together Collaboration Agreement Renewal

  • Councillor Richard Musgrave - Pecuniary - Dispensations had been granted by the Council’s Monitoring Officer for Councillors C Lunn, R Musgrave and C Pearson for any decisions relating to the Better Together collaboration with North Yorkshire County Council, until the end of the current Council term. The items in question on the agenda were item 6 – ‘Better Together Collaboration Agreement Renewal’ and item 7 – ‘Better Together Finance Review’. The dispensations had been granted because the aforementioned Members were also North Yorkshire County Councillors, and therefore hold disclosable pecuniary interests. Decisions relating to the Better Together Collaboration Agreement were required to be taken by the Executive; as the Executive consisted of five Members, of which three were North Yorkshire County Councillors. Unless a dispensation was granted, the business of renewing the Collaboration Agreement would be impeded as the Executive would be inquorate.

Meeting:  Wednesday, 5th February, 2020 4.00 pm - Executive

7. Better Together Finance - Review

  • Councillor Richard Musgrave - Pecuniary - Dispensations had been granted by the Council’s Monitoring Officer for Councillors C Lunn, R Musgrave and C Pearson for any decisions relating to the Better Together collaboration with North Yorkshire County Council, until the end of the current Council term. The items in question on the agenda were item 6 – ‘Better Together Collaboration Agreement Renewal’ and item 7 – ‘Better Together Finance Review’. The dispensations had been granted because the aforementioned Members were also North Yorkshire County Councillors, and therefore hold disclosable pecuniary interests. Decisions relating to the Better Together Collaboration Agreement were required to be taken by the Executive; as the Executive consisted of five Members, of which three were North Yorkshire County Councillors. Unless a dispensation was granted, the business of renewing the Collaboration Agreement would be impeded as the Executive would be inquorate.