Register of interests

Councillor Danny Myers

Register of Interests of Councillor Councillor Danny Myers of the City of York Council

Disclosable Pecuniary Interests - Employment, Office, Trade, Profession or Vocation

1. You should disclose any employment, office, trade, profession or vocation carried on for profit or gain, including the name of any person or body who employs or has appointed you
Name of employer / body etc Position
Office of Rachael Maskell MP -
2. And of your spouse/civil partner (or person with whom you are living as such) of which you are aware
Name of body / employer etc Position
Office of Rachael Maskell MP -

Sponsorship

3. You should declare any payment or provision of any financial benefit (other than from the Council) made or provided within the last 12 months in respect of expenses incurred by you in carrying out your duties as a member, or towards your election expenses
Payment or Provision
York Labour Party

Securities

4. You should detail and beneficial interest in securities of a body which has to your knowledge a place of business or land in the Council's area and either the total nominal value of the securities exceeds £25,000 or one hundredth of the total issued share capital , or one hundredth of the total issued share capital of any class of shares issued
Name of securities / body
None
5. And of your spouse/civil partner (or person with whom you are living as such) of which you are aware
Name of securities / body
None

Contracts

6. You should detail any current undischarged contract made between you, or a body in which you have a beneficial interest, and the Council under which goods or services are to be provided or works are to be executed
Description of contract
None
7. And of your spouse/civil partner (or person with whom you are living as such) of which you are aware
Description of contract
None

Land, Licenses and Corporate Tenancies

8. Land - You should detail any beneficial interest in land within the Council's area (excluding any easement, or right in or over land which does not carry the right to occupy or receive income).
Description of land
Part ownership of property at 6 Pembroke Street, Clifton, York Y030 7BB
9. And of your spouse/civil partner (or person with whom you are living as such) of which you are aware
Description of Land
None
10. Licences - You should detail any licence (alone or jointly with others) to occupy land in the Council's area for a month or longer.
Description of Licences
None
11. And of your spouse/civil partner (or person with whom you are living as such) of which you are aware
Description of Licences
None
12. Corporate Tenancies - You should detail any tenancy where to your knowledge, the Council is the landlord and the tenant is a body in which you have a beneficial interest.
Description of Corporate Tenancies
None
13. And of your spouse/civil partner (or person with whom you are living as such) of which you are aware
Description of Corporate Tenancies
None

Other Interests

Membership of other bodies

14. You should detail any body of which you are in a position of general control or management and to which you have been appointed or nominated by the Council
Name of body
None
15. And any body (a) exercising functions of a public nature;
Name of body
None
16. Any body (b) directed to charitable purposes;
Name of body
None
17. Any body (c) one of whose principal purposes includes the influence of public opinion or policy (including any political party or trade union)
Name of body
Amnesty International
Association of Labour Councillors
Burton Lane Social Club
Club and Institute Union
Co-operative Party
GMB Trade Union
Unite the Union
York City Supporters' Trust
York & District Trades Union Council

Disclosure of Gifts & Hospitality

18. You must reveal the name of any person from whom you have received a gift or hospitality with an estimated value of at least £50 which you have received in your capacity as a member of the Council.
Date of Receipt of Gift/Hospitality Name of Donor, & Reason and Nature of Gift etc
NoneNone
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