Members' Code of Conduct - concerned about a councillor's behaviour?

The Code of Conduct is a way of ensuring the business of the council is undertaken in a professional manner and clarifies and reinforces the ethical standards in local government. It defines a set of practical guidelines and clearly sets out the councillor's responsibilities as a representative of the residents of Epsom and Ewell. It also requires that appropriate interests in jobs, property and businesses are declared.

This council adopted its Code of Conduct for Councillors in December 2023. You can find it in Appendix 1 of the Council's Constitution.

If you feel that a councillor has breached the code of conduct, you must make your complaint on the  attached form.  A guide for the Member Complaint process is available on this webpage to assist you.

The Monitoring Officer
Epsom & Ewell Borough Council
Town Hall
The Parade
KT18 5BY


If you make a complaint it must be about why you think a councillor has not followed the Code of Conduct.  All complaints referred for investigation or other action will be managed by the Council’s Monitoring Officer. 

Standards Hearing Sub-Committee - Notices of determination

Decisions of the Standards Hearing Sub-Committee in relation to complaints made against Epsom and Ewell Borough Councillors are available for a year from determination.   Any decisions are set out below.