Declarations of interest

Declarations of interest

 Declarations

Meeting:  Monday 22 July 2019 5.00 pm - Council

21a Emergency motion on Sudan: end the killings and human rights violations (cross party)

  • Councillor Ed Turner - Non Pecuniary - left the room and took no part in the debate or decision on this item as it concerned matters relevant to his secondment to The Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Meeting:  Monday 22 July 2019 5.00 pm - Council

21e Natural Capital Census

  • Councillor Andrew Gant - Pecuniary - declared a disclosable pecuniary interest in the motion as his wife was a member of HMG Natural Capital Committee, and he left the room and took no part in the debate or decision on this item.

Meeting:  Monday 7 October 2019 5.00 pm - Council

15e John Radcliffe Hospital Parking

  • Councillor Richard Tarver - Confirm: no interest, no bias - stated for the record that although he was an employee of the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust, his role did not encompass parking and he did not use the parking facilities and so he had no declarable interest. He would remain in the chamber and take part in the debate.
  • Councillor Susan Brown - Non Pecuniary - declared that, while the motion did not affect her disclosable pecuniary interest as an employee of the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust, to avoid any appearance of impropriety she would leave the chamber and take no part in the debate.

Meeting:  Monday 7 October 2019 5.00 pm - Council

15a Supporting EU nationals

  • Councillor Ed Turner - Non Pecuniary - left the room and took no part in the debate or decision on this item as it concerned matters relevant to his secondment to The Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Meeting:  Monday 27 January 2020 5.00 pm - Council

8. Integrated Performance Report for Quarter 2 2019/20

  • Councillor Alex Hollingsworth - - During the debate on this item reference was made to the Jericho boatyard and Jericho Community Centre capital project. At that point Councillor Hollingsworth declared a financial interest which he considered to be prejudicial and left the chamber until the conclusion of the discussion on that particular topic.
  • Councillor Susan Brown - - During the debate on this item reference was made to the Jericho boatyard and Jericho Community Centre capital project. At that point Councillor Brown declared a financial interest which she considered to be prejudicial and left the chamber until the conclusion of the discussion on that particular topic.