East Leicestershire and Rutland CCG is committed to ensuring that any actual or perceived conflicts of interest are identified and managed, with arrangements put in place for both the declaration and the mitigation of risks associated with conflicts of interests.
Employees, members of the Governing Body, members of committees and sub-groups are required to make declaration of interests on a regular basis. The CCG Register of Interests is then updated accordingly.
Interests will remain on the public register for a minimum of six months after the interest has expired. The CCG retains a private record of historic records for a minimum of six years after the date on which it expired. To submit a request for this information, please contact the CCG’s Corporate Affairs Team by emailing email@example.com
To further strengthen scrutiny and transparency of the CCG’s decision-making processes, we have appointed a Conflicts of Interest Guardian. This role is undertaken by Warwick Kendrick, Independent Lay Member and Chair of the Audit Committee. Warwick is contactable by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Details of any breaches of the CCG’s Conflicts of Interest Policy will be published on this page.
You can view the register of interests below and other registers that the CCG is required to publish.
- Register of Gifts & Hospitality 2020 – 2021
- Register of Procurement Decisions and Contracts Awarded 2020 – 2021
- LLR CCGs’ Register of Interests 2021-2022
- Register of Interests for senior decision making staff