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BUCS AGM for 2014-15 took place on Thursday 4th December at the Bramall Music Building, University of Birmingham in conjunction with the BUCS Christmas Seminar.

Please find below the agenda & papers for the BUCS AGM which took place on 4th December 2014:

AGM Agenda 4 Dec 2014

AGM Papers:  Appendix 1 AGM Minutes 10 July 2014, Appendix 2 Amendments to Articles, Appendix 3 Annual Accounts Introduction, Appendix 3a BUCS Signed Accounts 2014 (please note if downloading this file is 3.2MB), List of Current Members

Minutes of the AGM will be published shortly.

For the detailed programme of what took place on the day, please click here.

  • Please note there is no charge for the two named member representatives to attend the Christmas Seminar and AGM.  Other members of institutions are welcome to attend the Christmas Seminar and AGM (as an observer) although there will be nominal charge of £30 per additional attendee. If you wish at attend in this capacity please email Susannah Attwell by Friday 21 November

The list of current nominated member representatives can be found on the right of this page.  If member representatives need to be changed, please complete the Change of Member Rep form available here and return by email to claire.livesey@bucs.org.uk

For details of previous AGMs and the Officer elections, please use the link on the left hand side.

For details on how members may submit an agenda item to AGM, please click here

If you have any queries regarding finance & governance relating to AGM you can contact Tim Nicholls (BUCS Head of Corporate Services).  He can be contacted via email tim.nicholls@bucs.org.uk or telephone 07979 918203.

 

Voting representatives
Members are reminded that as per Article 4 of the BUCS Articles of Association they are entitled to send two voting representatives to the AGM - one student and one member of staff.
These are the representatives named each year in conjunction with payment of your subscription (usually August/September).

Proxy voting, where one institution casts votes on another’s behalf, is not permitted.

Please note voting in elections will be done using the 'First Past The Post' system, where the candidate(s) with the most votes are elected.

Any abstentions from voting (either for the election or during AGM) will not be counted. An abstention indicates neither yes or no.

For details of previous years' AGMs & BUCS Elections please use the links on the left side.

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