The Parish Council Meetings are held in the Pavilion at Victory Recreation Ground in Elysian Gardens commencing at 7.30pm.
All Parish Council Meetings are open to the public and agendas are displayed on the Council noticeboards and website in advance of the meetings. Members of the public can address the Council at the start of the meeting on any item appearing on the agenda under the item ‘Public Forum’.
Tollesbury Parish Council has eleven members. The Council’s responsibilities include:
The Recreation Ground, The Pavilion, The Cemetery, The Allotments, Hasler Green, Woodup Pool, Woodrolfe Green, Woodrolfe Hard, Street lights (approx. 40 are owned by the Parish Council), The Lock Up, and War Memorials.
Tollesbury Parish Council has 6 committees as follows:
- Environment and Amenities Committee.
- Finance Committee.
- Woodup Pool.
- Recreation Ground.
- Neighbourhood Planning
- Woodrolfe Hard and Marine Assets
The Parish Council’s representatives are as follows:
- Fairways Committee – Cllr Harry Nixon
- Tollesbury Wick Management – Cllr Harry Nixon
- Police – Cllr Mike Bell
- Transport Representative – Cllr Mike Bell
- Mersea Habour Trust – Cllr Simon Plater
The Register of Interest sets out the nature of the interest which must be declared by each Councillor under the following headings:-
Disclosable Pecuniary Interests – Members are required to register not only their own interests under this heading but also those of their spouse or civil partner or of any person with whom they are living as husband and wife or as if they were civil partners and the Member is aware that the other person has the interest.
Other Pecuniary Interests – Members are only obliged to register their own interests under this heading and do not need to include the interests of spouses or civil partners or others.
Registerable Non- Pecuniary Interests – Members are only obliged to register their own interests under this heading and do not need to include the interests of spouses or civil partners or others.
The Monitoring Officer at Maldon District Council is required by the Localism Act 2011 to maintain a Register of Councillors’ interests and to publish the Register on the Council’s website. Members of the public can arrange to view Registers of Interest by contacting the Monitoring Officer email@example.com or telephoning 01621 854477. Registers are available to view on Maldon District Council’s website and can also be accessed by clicking here