10.(1) You must in all matters consider whether you have a personal interest, and whether this code of conduct requires you to disclose that interest.
(2) You must regard yourself as having a personal interest
in any business of your authority if
(b) a member of the public might reasonably perceive a conflict between your role in taking a decision, upon that business, on behalf of your
authority as a whole and your role in representing the interests of constituents in your ward or electoral division; or
(c) a decision upon it might reasonably be regarded as affecting:
(i) your well-being or financial position, or that of a person with whom you live, or any person with whom you have a close personal
Disclosure of Personal Interests
11.(1) Where you have a personal interest in any business of your authority and you attend a meeting at which that business is considered, you must disclose
orally to that meeting the existence and nature of that interest before or at the commencement of that consideration, or when the interest becomes apparent.
12.(1) Subject to sub-paragraph (2) below, where you have a
personal interest in any business of your authority you also have
a prejudicial interest in that
business if the interest is one which a member of the public with knowledge of the relevant facts would reasonably regard as so significant that it is likely to
prejudice your judgement of the public interest.
Participation in Relation to Disclosed Interests
14.(1) Subject to sub-paragraphs (2), (3) and (4), where you have a prejudicial interest in any business of your authority you must, unless you have obtained
a dispensation from your authoritys standards committee
(a) withdraw from the room, chamber or place where a meeting considering the business is being held -