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Annual General Meeting 2021

The Annual General Meeting and an Extraordinary General Meeting took place on 23 June. The results of voting by chartered members for the AGM Poll and the EGM resolutions are detailed here.

Last updated: 29th June 2021

The Annual General Meeting took place on 23 June 2021 at 1215hrs (BST), where the President Mark Beard announced the results of the Poll of the Chartered members.

10.1% (2,346 Corporate members) of the electorate took part in the Poll.

 

Resolution 1: To Adopt the Annual Review of the Chartered Institute of Building 2020

For

2,110

Against

64

Abstain

160

The Annual Review for 2020 was adopted.

 

Resolution 2: To appoint Haysmacintyre LLP as the Auditors of the Institute and authorise the Board of Trustees to agree their remuneration

For

2,033

Against

76

Abstain

225

Haysmacintyre LLP have been appointed as the Auditors of the Institute and the Board of Trustees authorised to agree their remuneration.

 

The Board of Trustees for 2021/22 are:

President

Mike Foy F

Senior Vice President

Michael Yam F

Vice President

VACANT

Vice President

VACANT

Craig Battye F

(2024)

Ian Brant F

(2024)*

Virginia Borkoski F

(2023)*

Noreen Hollywood F

(2022)

Ivan McCarthy F

(2022)*

Stephen Nitman F

(2023)*

Jamie Strathearn M

(2024)

Paul Young F

(2023)

Tim Barrett F

(2022)*

Phillip Beaumont F

(2024)

Keith Blizzard F          

(2023)

Noel McKee F

(2023)

(Brackets indicates the year of tenure completion)

*Second term

 

Extraordinary General Meeting 2021

An Extraordinary General Meeting took place on 23 June 2021 at 1200hrs (BST), where the following resolutions were put to the members present:

45 Chartered members were present on the Hopin platform at the start of the EGM and as a result the meeting was declared quorum.

 

Resolution 1:

THAT, pursuant to and in accordance with Article 16 of the Charter, the amendments to the Bye-Laws set out in the draft duly approved by the Board of Trustees at its meeting on 28 April 2021 and subsequently circulated to the corporate members of the Institute, be approved, subject to such further amendments, if any, as may be required by the Privy Council in order to secure their approval and / or as may be accepted by a committee of the Board of Trustees set up for that purpose.

For

45

Against

0

Abstain

0

The resolution was carried.

 

Resolution 2:

THAT in accordance with the provisions of Bye-Law 21 the annual subscription when paid in pounds sterling, in respect of the following classes of membership shall be increased by more than 15% from and including 1 January 2022 due to changes in these routes to membership and benefits provided shall be as set out hereunder.

Student (Enhanced) - increase from £38 to £50

Applicant (Industry) - increase from £253 - £294

Applicant (Academic) - increase from £127 - £147

For

37

Against

6

Abstain

1

 

Resolution 3:

THAT in accordance with the provisions of Bye-Law 21, new pathways under the Student annual subscription have been developed and when paid in pounds sterling are introduced from and including June 2021 at £100

For

37

Against

6

Abstain

1

 

Samantha Teague

Director - Governance & Institute Secretary

23 June 2021