Document Details

  • Document: Declaration of Interests for Gordon Stewart
  • Description:
  • Category: Declaration of Interests
  • Date: 17/05/2017
  • Type: pdf
  • Size: 3.2Mb
History of Changes
  • 24/05/2017
    On 24 May 2017, Councillor Stewart advised that his declaration of interest form needed to be amended to include his home address (18 Aquila Drive, Heddon on the Wall NE15 0BS) and asked for his record to be updated accordingly.
  • 22/06/2017
    On 21 June 2017, Councillor Stewart advised that his declarations form needed to be amended to add his wife as the joint owner of his home address.
  • 07/02/2019
    On 6 February 2018, Councillor Stewart advised that previously he had been a governor at Heddon Primary School, which had now become part of a multi academy trust. He asked if his declaration of interest could be changed to delete governor and state that from 1 February 2019, it should read: Pele Trust - School Committee Member (Heddon Primary School).
  • 07/02/2019
    On 11 December 2017, Councillor Stewart advised Democratic Services that he had stood down from the Pinpoint Junior Football League, so his declaration form needed to be amended.
  • 23/04/2019
    On 19 April 2019, Councillor Stewart wrote to the Monitoring Officer requesting that his declarations form be updated as he had been elected as a vice president of the Prudhoe Community Allotment (and also advised that he understood it was not a registered charity yet).
  • 17/02/2020
    On 15 February 2020, Councillor Stewart asked for his declarations record to be updated to include that he had been appointed as a governor at Adderlane Academy, part of the Wise Academies group. (The appointment took effect from 29 January 2020.)
  • 02/04/2020
    On 02/04/2020, Councillor Stewart advised that he had been appointed Trustee for Cycling Without Age Prudhoe.

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