Register of Interests

Councillors are required to declare a list of their financial interests. A register of these, also known as pecuniary interests, is kept to give the public confidence that councillors are putting the public interest first and are not using their position in an improper way.

Pecuniary interests include councillor’s business and financial interests. It also includes those of their spouse or civil partner. It may include their employment, trade, profession, contracts or any company with which they are associated. They may also include any wider financial interests such as trust funds, investments and assets such as land and property.

The register of interests for each councillor can be found from their individual page. Start your search on the 'your councillor' page.