The Standing Orders are the rules under which Tatsfield Parish Council agree to function as a council and run their own affairs. This is a power given to them by the Local Government Act 1972.
Standing Orders are usually reviewed annually at the May Annual meeting. Changes do not need to take place unless advised by the National Association of Local Councils (NALC) or by the Surrey Assocation of Local Councils (SALC) or major changes in legislation.
The Standing orders cannot supersede matters encoded in legislation and need to include certain items which written in government acts - these are generally represented in Bold in the document.
Please click this link for the latest version of the standing orders for Tatsfield Parish Council - reviewed and approved in May 2020.