Gifts and Hospitality

In accordance with the Code of Conduct for Members, Members must declare, within 28 days of the date it is received, any gifts and hospitality received which are over £50 in value. This a public record which may be subject to Freedom of Information requests. Records are kept for a period of six years and then securely destroyed.

Register of Gifts and Hospitality

DateMemberDetails of Gift/HospitalityName of Individual/company/organisationValue (where known)
21.02.2018Councillor Nick PrescotDinner at House of Commons on 20.03.2018Crest Nicholson 
09.05.2018Councillor Nick PrescotDinner with Cratus on 21.06.2018Cratus Communications 
09.07.2018Councillor Dolsie ClarkeSpecsavers VoucherSpecsavers in Egham£150
11.10.2018Councillor Nick PrescotDinner at the British Museum in LondonBerkeley Homes 
15.10.2018Councillor Michael KusneraitisRecent visit from China, gift of a Silk clothChinese Delegation 
13.12.2018Councillor Parshotam SohiVisit from Chinese delegation with Necklace (pearly)Chinese Delegation£50-£60
13.01.2020Councillor Nick PrescotLunch at the Runnymede on Thames Hotel, Windsor Road, EghamJohn Holland-Kaye, CEO, Heathrow Airport Holdings 
28.02.2020Councillors Marisa Heath, Chris Howorth and Jonathan HulleyInvited to the Mayor's Ball on 14.02.2020Guests of Alison Knight Properties£75 each
08.12.2020Councillor Michael Kusneraitis

One Christmas tree donated to Englefield Green Residents, estimated value approx. £500.00. This was donated by the Crown Estate. Organised and accepted a wooden picket fence to surround the tree via a local business estimated value £250.00. Donated by The Property Partnership to Englefield Green via EGVRA (Englefield Green Village Residents Association).  No financial gain or benefit from goods for Councillor Kusneraitis or his household.

The Crown Estate and The Property Partnership£750