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Members' Declarations under the Code of Conduct in respect of items on the agenda

Minutes:

Oliver Sells declared an interest in relation to Item 9 stating that he was a Member of the Bar practising at Inner Temple and also a professional and residential tenant there as detailed on his public register of interests. He added that he had consulted the Comptroller and City Solicitor on this matter who had received advice from leading counsel to suggest that no DPI was engaged on this occasion.

 

Deputy Alistair Moss (Deputy Chairman) declared a non-pecuniary interest in relation to Item 8 stating that he had served as both Chairman and then Deputy Chairman of the Property Investment Board who had dealt with the transactional aspects of 1 Leadenhall Street in some detail. He therefore proposed to leave the meeting when this item was under consideration so as to draw clear lines between the City’s role as landowner and planning authority. He would not speak or vote on the matter.

 

Alderman Gregory Jones declared a non-pecuniary interest in relation to Item 9 stating that he was a Barrister, in independent practice at the bar within the Chambers of Andrew Tait QC, FTB, Francis Taylor Building, Temple, as detailed on his public register of interests.

 

 


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