Pennie ALFORD (co-opted 16 May 2016)
email@example.com (co-opted 25 September 2017)
firstname.lastname@example.org (co-opted 20 November 2017)
The number of Councillors that a Parish has depends on the number of people on the Electoral Register. Binham has seven Councillors. Any person on the Electoral Register may become a Councillor. Elections take place every four years on the first Thursday in May, and may also be held if a vacancy occurs mid-term.
Complaints about Parish Councillors
North Norfolk District Council handles complaints from members of the public about misconduct by Parish Councillors.
If you want to complain about the conduct of a member of one of our Parish or Town councils, you must submit your complaint to:
The Monitoring Officer
North Norfolk District Council
More information can be found at:
Register of Interests
All Members of the Council are required by law to register their financial and other interests. These include:
- details of any employment or business carried out by them;
- the name of their employer;
- details of any directorships;
- contracts between themselves/their firm and the Council;
- interests in land in the area.
The Register is maintained by the District Council Monitoring Officer and is available for inspection by the public, free of charge, during office hours. Please contact the Council’s Monitoring Officer by telephone on 01603 270352.