Councillor Calum Watt - Personal and Pecuniary Interest - Reason: He knew the applicant for the Planning application as a fellow Councillor.
He left the room during the consideration of this item and took no part in the discussion and vote on the matter to be determined.
Councillor Calum Watt - Personal Interest - Reason: He served as a member on the Upper Witham Drainage Board.
He had duly considered whether this interest was a pecuniary interest under the member code of conduct. When taking into consideration the reasonable member of the public test, as outlined in the code of conduct, and the assessment of how much this application would affect the Drainage Board, he did not consider that his interest was a pecuniary interest. He would therefore be participating in the meeting as a member of the Committee.