Loddon Parish Council

2019 Risk Register

Date of Approval:   12-Sep                      
Approving Minute:   158                     

Summary of Risks

Asset/Activity Risks toPeopleEnvironmentFinanceReputation
War Memorial7047
Allotments2723
Skate Park154138
Hockey Field Pond0000
Street Furniture7288
Playing & Hockey Fields3666
A146 Woodlands4144
LPC Office6096
Children’s Playground801012
Advice on Planning Issues0606
Council Conduct (General)00109
Service Disruption due to Staff Sickness / Turnover0096
Incomplete/Incorrect Accounts0077
Theft of LPC Funds0046
Failure to obtain best value for Contracts00106
Employment Risks701414
Data Protection0047
Loddon Staithe Toilets7674
Tennis Courts7032
Jubilee Hall Car Park7002

Assessment based on deriving risks by category for each asset/activity – as detailed in the Risk Register (copy held by Clerk).

Risks are derived by using the expression: Risk = Likelihood x Consequence and summing over the range of possibilities for each category of risk for each asset/activity.

Both ‘likelihood’ and ‘consequence’ are rated on a simple five point scale from 0 (lowest likelihood / consequence) to 4 (lowest likelihood / consequence).

The same likelihood scale is used for each category of risk while that for the consequences varies.

To view the full 2019 Risk Register please click here .

The parish council’s Complaints Procedure may be accessed by clicking on the link below:

Complaints Procedure May 2017

Please click on the links below to view the council’s documents:

LPC Privacy Notice May 2018

Standing Orders 2018

Financial Regulations Loddon 2018

Annual Review of Effectiveness of Internal Audit May 2017

Annual Review of Effectiveness of Internal Control May 2017

Filming of meetings May 2017

Equality and Diversity Policy 2017

Equal Opportunities Policy May 2017

Loddon Parish Council Data Usage Policy May 2017

Small Grants Policy

Application for Small Grant

Information Protection Policy May 2018

Retention of Documents Policy May 2018

 

Loddon Parish Council is a pro-active, non party political organisation which works within the overall structure of local government to get the best deal for local people.  The council is made up of eleven councillors who are elected every four years.  It has two part time employees – the Clerk Anne Panella and the Finance and Projects Officer Howard Keeling.  The Parish Council’s work can be divided into two areas; statutory duties and community functions.  The statutory work involves liaising with organisations like the Broads Authority, Norfolk County Council and South Norfolk District Council, consulting on such things as planning applications and development.

The community functions include addressing local issues and undertaking projects to improve the community, such as providing the skate park, Christmas lights, benches, dog bins and flower displays. The Parish Council also maintains the war memorial and contributes to the upkeep of other community areas such as the churchyard, playing fields and Pyes Mill. The Parish Council meets on the second Thursday of each month (excluding August).  Members of the public are always welcome to attend the meetings and are given the opportunity to address the Council to express opinions or ask questions.  Anyone meeting certain criteria (such as living within three miles of the parish) can stand as a Parish Councillor.   If you are interested in finding out more, please contact the Clerk.