Register of interests for Councillor Nancy Platts

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Register of interests

Councillor Nancy Platts

This entry is from 'Councillor Nancy Platts'. The Disclosable Pecuniary Interests (including those of my spouse, civil partner and a person with whom I am living as spouse or civil partner) under Appendix A of the Council's Code of Conduct for Members and pursuant to the Relevant Authorities (Disclosable Pecuniary Interests) Regulation 2012 are as listed below:

1. Employment, office, trade, profession or vocation
Any employment, office, trade, profession or vocation carried on for profit or gain
Self-employed as The Campaign Machine Ltd working as a freelance member of the social enterprise Campaign Collective.
Partner works for the International Transport Workers Federation.
2. Sponsorship See note 2
Support received from the GMB with legal expenses
My 2019 election campaigning expenses were funded by the Labour Party. Some of those costs were supported through a donation from our affiliated trade union the GMB.
Reimbursement from the Labour Group for representing them at Morningside Arena, Leicester £194.25. Date payment received: 23/06/22
3. Contracts See note 3
4. Land See note 4
The Member has declared an interest in relation to this section, the details of which are withheld pursuant to Section 32 of the Localism Act 2011.
5. Licences See note 5
6. Corporate Tenancies See note 6
Corporate Tenancies
7. Securities* See note 7

8. Personal interests

8. Any body of which I am in a position of general control or management
Any body of which I am in a position of general control or management
Co-Event Director for East Brighton parkrun and Volunteer parkrun Event Ambassador
9. Gifts & Hospitality See note 9
Gifts or hospitality above an estimated value of £50, whcih I have accepted by virture of my office
29/10/2021 - Visit to Morningside Arena Leicester to view multi-use sports arena in an area of high deprivation. The purpose of the visit was to understand the financing mechanism behind the arena to keep costs low for community participation and whether the project could be replicated in Brighton & Hove to provide facilities for community and spectator sports and to support bringing the Sussex Bears basketball team back to Brighton. The visit included a ticket to a basketball game and shared meal to the value of £69 plus VAT.
10. Voluntary Registration of Membership of Private Clubs See note 10
Voluntary Registration of Private Club Memberships
Member of East Sussex Credit Union
The Gym Brighton Madeira Drive and GoodGym, Brighton.


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