The Members Code of Conduct is a key part of the Authority’s discharge of its statutory duty to promote and maintain high standards of conduct by its members and co-opted members.
It is very much focused upon the principles of conduct in public life of selflessness, integrity, objectivity, accountability, openness, honesty, and leadership and it is the intention of the Authority that the Code be used exclusively in that context and not for any other purpose.
It sets an objective, non political and high standard whose purpose is to remind members of the Authority of the behaviour expected of them in public life and to set out clearly the key principles against which their conduct will be measured.
The Members' Code of Conduct can be viewed within Part 3B - Register of Members' Interests and Members' Code of Conduct of the Norfolk County Council Constitution.
View the Norfolk County Council Constitution