The Parish Council is the first tier of local government. It is an elected body and is responsible for an area known as a civil parish. The term of office of a parish councillor is four years, and councils are elected en bloc.
All Parish Council meetings are open to the public. They are led by the Council’s Chairman and advised by a Clerk who is there to see that business is conducted within the law.
Parish councils have the power to precept (tax) their residents to support their operations and to carry out local projects. Although there is no limit to the amount that can be precepted, the money can only be raised for a limited number of purposes, defined in the 1894 Act and subsequent legislation.
KPC Policies and Standing Orders:
KPC Cllrs Staff PRIVACY NOTICE KPC adopted 16 May 2018
KPC General Privacy Notice KPC adopted 16 May 2018
KPC Document Retention and Disposal Policy adopted June 18 and App A – List of Documents for Retention or Disposal KPC adopted June 18
Keele Parish Council Data Protection Policy adopted June 17
Keele Parish Council – General Insurance information 2017
Keele Parish Council – Insurance Schedule 2017
Keele Parish Council – Employers Liability Certificate 2017