Document Library – Policies, Codes & Orders

Policies, Codes & Orders Documents

To view the required document, select its Document Name

IDDocument NameTypeSize
0345Biodiversity PolicyGoogle DocN/A
0019Business Continuity PlanGoogle DocN/A
0001Code of ConductGoogle DocN/A
0016Complaints ProcedureGoogle DocN/A
0017Data Protection PolicyGoogle DocN/A
0014Disciplinary ProcedureGoogle DocN/A
0002Document Retention and Storage PolicyGoogle Doc84 KB
0020Equal Opportunity PolicyGoogle DocN/A
0003Finance Sub Committee Terms of ReferenceGoogle Doc58 KB
0013Financial RegulationsGoogle Doc200 KB
0015Grievance ProcedureGoogle DocN/A
0004Information Protection PolicyGoogle DocN/A
0005Management of Meeting Recording PolicyGoogle DocN/A
0006Model Publication SchemeGoogle DocN/A
0008Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group Terms of ReferenceGoogle DocN/A
0007New Councillor Privacy StatementGoogle DocN/A
0009Removable Media PolicyGoogle DocN/A
0012Reserves PolicyGoogle DocN/A
0018Risk AssessmentGoogle DocN/A
0010Social Media and Electronic Communication PolicyGoogle DocN/A
0011Standing OrdersGoogle DocN/A
Total Documents21
What is the Document List?

ID

This is the unique identifier of the document within the library.  Use this number if you need to report an issue with a document.

Document Name

This is the title of the document. Select the name to view and or download the document in a separate window.

Type

This is the format of the document file. If you are using a mouse, hover over the type image to see a description of the document type.  See below for more information on the Document Types.

Size

This is the size of the document file in Kilobytes (Kb) or Megabytes (Mb). The size is N/A if the document is in one of the Google formats

How do I navigate the Document List?

The List Length

The document list is initially displayed with the first 10 entries visible. The Show Entries drop-down selection box, above and to the left of the document list, may be used to show more (or less) entries at a time. The number of list entries currently shown and the total number of entries in the full list is displayed below the document list.

Pagination

The Previous, Page No. and Next buttons below the document list may be used to navigate between the list pages if not all the list entries are shown at once.

The List Length and Pagination work together. Changing the List Length as above changes the number of pages accordingly.

Note that if the total number of documents in the list is less than 10, neither the List Length selection box or the Pagination buttons are displayed.

Sorting

The documents are initially listed in a pre-defined order. The list order may be changed by selecting either the ID or Document Name column headings. The up/down arrow on the right side of the colum heading indicates the current sort direction. Selecting the column heading again reverses the sort order.

Note that changing the sort direction affects all the documents in the list, not just those that may be currently visible. When changing the sort order, the list is re-displayed from the first page if the list is currently paginated.

What are the Document Types?

Documents with the type are PDFs. PDF is a cross-platform file format developed by Adobe. Documents from any application can be converted to PDF format. PDF documents retain the original appearance/layout/print quality independent of the files native application and platform.

Documents with the type are Google Docs.

Documents with the type are Google Sheets.

Documents with the type are Google Slides.

Documents with the type are Google Forms.

All documents in a Google format are automatically converted to a specified format when downloaded.

How do I Download a Document?

This will depend upon the device (desktop, laptop, tablet, smartphone etc.), the application (web browser, app etc.) that you are using to view the website and the file type of the selected document (see above).

Some devices will automatically download a document before displaying it using a file reader installed on the device, for example Adobe Acrobat or Foxit. Some web browsers will prompt for a download when the document is selected whilst others will open the document using a built-in file reader. You will need to explore the options of your device and web browser.

You will need a PDF reader to open and read a downloaded PDF document. There are many free PDF readers available, including Foxit Reader and Adobe Acrobat .

Documents that are stored on the Parish Council Google Drive will be displayed using the respective Google Docs, Sheets, Forms or Slides application. When the document is displayed, use File - Download As - [format] from the menu bar to download a copy of the document in the selected format. You can then either save the document on your local device or print the document by opening it in the appropriate local application and using the application print facility.