Policies & Code of Conduct

This page provides links to all the policies, code of conduct, terms of reference, privacy policy, freedom of information and other policies. If you have any questions or cannot find what you need please contact the Parish Clerk.

Climate Change Policy (Adopted Feb 2019)

Graffiti policy (Adopted Feb 2019)

Code of Conduct:  2012 Adopted Code of Conduct

Standing Orders StandingOrdersandChairmanship

Financial Regulations FinancialRegs

Equal Opportunities  2008 Policy Equal Opportunities

Health and Safety  2008 Policy – Health and Safety

Recruitment  2008 Policy – Recruitment

E-mail Policy  Email Policy – Oct 2016

Website  & Social Media Policies
Website Policy – Oct 2016
Social Media Policy 

Privacy Policy (updated June 2019) Privacy Policy 

Terms of Reference (updated June 2019) Terms of Reference for Committees

Complaints Handling:  Complaints about Parish Councillors are now handled by the District Council. Please visit the Vale of the White Horse District Council’s Complaints page. You should also refer to the NHPC Code of Conduct found on this page as any complaint must state why you think a councillor has not followed the code of conduct.

Data Protection and Personal Data held by NHPC

With the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation 2018 (GDPR) in May 2018 a number of new requirements apply to any personal data that NHPC might hold about you. These include various rights that you as a member of the public have to access this data, or request corrections or deletion of data, amongst others. The Council also has to explain why it holds your data, and how long for.

Details of all these can be found in our Privacy Notice for the General Public.

A separate Privacy Notice for Councillors, Employees and Other Role Holders applies to those individuals.

The Council also operates a Privacy Policy (see our Policies section above), which details how the General Data Protection Regulation 2018 (GDPR) is being implemented by NHPC.

Please contact us if you have any questions about the Privacy Notice or the personal data we hold about you, or to exercise all relevant rights, queries or complaints via:

Colin Ryde, NHPC Parish Clerk, 29 Long Close, Eynsham Road, Botley, Oxford OX2 9SG Email clerk@northhinksey-pc.org.uk Telephone number: 01865 861992

Enquiries of this type will be answered within 1 calendar month and there will be no charge for an initial enquiry. NHPC reserves the right to refuse or charge a ‘reasonable fee’ for requests that are manifestly unfounded, excessive or repetitive. Where requests are refused the individual has the right to complain to the ICO or to go to court.

Freedom of Information Scheme

Find out more about North Hinksey Parish Council and the Freedom of Information scheme. There is a separate document outlining the information available from North Hinksey Parish Council under the Model Publication Scheme including costs. All requests for hard copies should be made by e-mail or in writing to the Parish Clerk.