There's a councillor who serves on a local parish council. They also serve on the council for the borough that this parish council is in. And they represent that borough on the county council.
Some things haven't 'sat well' with me, and I wondered whether I'm overreacting or there's cause to formally raise issue.
I noticed 4 years ago during some minutes for a borough meeting, they declared an interest in the parish as they were discussing the neighbourhood plan initiative which the parish had drawn up. On which they were a councillor. So the interest was obvious and right to declare.
However, any mention of the parish in further borough meetings had no declaration of interest. Is this right? If it's fine, then what line exists - if any - for a borough or county councillor to contribute to matters that concern a parish that they are also councillors on?