Hickling Parish Council Documents

The following documents are available online. Some are PDF’S and others are .doc, for viewers see About


Code of Conduct – This is the North Norfolk District Council Code of Conduct which Hickling Parish Council has adopted.

Code of Conduct Complaints Form – use this for Code of Conduct complaints only, the completed form must be sent to:
The Monitoring Officer
North Norfolk District Council
Council Offices
Holt Road
NR27 9EN

HPC Complaints Procedure – use this for complaints to the Council itself.

Standing Orders June 2019

Financial Regulations 2019

Freedom of Information

Hickling Parish Council FOI & DPA Policy and Procedures
This tells you our Freedom Of Information and Data Protection Act policy and explains how your FOI or Subject Access request will be processed. If you want to file a Subject Access Request with Hickling Parish Council, please use NNDC forms and procedures, and if you need help with your request please contact the NNDC Data Protection Officer. Send your completed forms and request to the Parish Clerk.

Council Policies

Data Privacy Policy

Data Protection & GDPR Policy

DPA Parish Councillor Document Retention and Destruction Policy & Procedure 

Email Subscription Privacy Notice

Equal Opportunities Policy

Hickling General Reserves Policy

Grant Application Policy (Including application form)


Model Publication Policy

Equal Opportunities Policy

Grievance Policy

Health and Safety Policy

Sickness Absence Policy

ICO Registration Certificate 22/23

Other Documents

Draft Report of Code of Conduct Complaint (EGM) released by North Norfolk District Council can be viewed here.

Draft Report of Code of Conduct Complaint (EDP) released by North Norfolk District Council can be viewed here.

Report on legal dispute 2011-2015

Hickling Dispensation 2012
The Localism Bill is thought by NNDC to have defined financial interests so narrowly that, without a dispensation, all councillors would be unable to set the Precept because they pay it as residents and so have a financial interest.  This dispensation permits them to set a Precept.