ADSO’s inaugural webinar – LGA Code of Conduct consultation

Update 31/07/20 – All spaces have now been taken, however we will be recording the session and making it available, further information to follow.   On Friday 7 August 2020 at 12 noon, we will be holding our first webinar. The webinar will be covering the very topical LGA draft Code of Conduct for Councillors. … Continued

Revised Guidance on The Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions) (No.2) (England) Regulations 2020

ADSO and Lawyers in Local Government (LLG) have produced guidance following the publication of The Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions) (No.2) (England) Regulations 2020 on 4 July 2020 and the guidance for the safe use of Council Buildings. The guidance details the Regulations that are revoked and the position on gatherings both indoors and outdoors. It … Continued

LGA Model Member Code of Conduct

The LGA Model Member Code of Conduct is out for consultation for ten weeks from Monday 8 June Monday 17 August.  The Code is designed to aid members in all tiers of local government model the behaviours and high standards that anyone would expect from a person holding public office. To take part in the … Continued

ADSO Virtual Meetings Case Studies 2020-05-07

The document below sets out case studies from Brighton and Hove and North Kesteven Councils on their experience of Virtual Meetings.  Additionally, Michelle Beaumont from Richmond upon Thames has written up practice and guidance notes both for officers and members and the public on the use of Teams for remote meetings.  If you would like … Continued

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