All Local Authority Councillors whether at Town, District or County have to, by law, register any financial or personal interests they may have. Declarations of interest must be made shortly after election and should be reviewed regularly and updated as required. Councillors are required to declare any interests they may have in matters to be discussed at the start of the meeting or as soon as the interest becomes apparent.
Linked in with the councillors interests is a Code of Conduct. This details how councillors are expected to behave to one another and to the public. The Code of Conduct for Aylsham Town Council is here.
Details of the register of interest for Aylsham Town Council is published on the Broadland District Council website.