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Birmingham City Council

Statutory Register of Members Interests

Pursuant to the Localism Act 2011, all Councillors have to sign a declaration to abide by and uphold the City Council's Code of Conduct for Members. A copy of which can be found in the Constitution under Volume B (B7).

The City Council's Monitoring Officer maintains a Statutory Register of Members Interests that have been brought to his attention. Councillors are obliged, by law, to keep their Statutory Register up-to-date and to inform the Monitoring Officer of any changes within 28 days of the relevant event. A Councillor's failure to keep the Statutory Register up-to-date can be the subject of a complaint to the Monitoring Officer and/or Standards Committee.

A copy of the up-to-date Statutory Register of Members Interests can be inspected, free of charge, at the Council House Reception Desk during normal office hours. A small fee will be payable if a copy is required.

Electronic copies of the Statutory Registers are available on the individual Councillor pages

For further infoirmation, please contact the Monitoring Officer:-

David Tatlow
Director of Legal & Democratic Services

PO Box 15992, Birmingham B2 2UQ
Email: david.tatlow@birmingham.gov.uk
Tel: 0121-303 2151