Annual General Meetings

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2021 Annual General Meeting

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The Forum is pleased to announce that Richard Carr, Managing Director of the East Midlands Development Company will be our guest speaker. Book your seat to register for the AGM and listen to what he has to say.”

Meeting Registration & Membership

To register for the meeting please complete the Registration Form as soon as possible but by 30th September at the latest. After that, you will be sent details of how to join the meeting.

All people over the age of 16 who live or work within the Area are entitled to be members of the Forum. If you’re not sure if you are a member, visit our Contact Us page and send us a note and we will confirm your membership. Similarly if you want to be unregistered as a member, please let us know.

Steering Group Membership

As required by our constitution, the Steering Group will stand down before the AGM. Any Forum Member can volunteer to be a member of the Steering Group and we invite you to volunteer through the Registration Form above. The deadline to receive your nomination for the Steering Group is 16th September. Before volunteering for the Steering Group, please read these documents – the Forum Constitution, the updated Steering Group Roles definitions and Ways of Working.

Agenda

The Agenda is here, it may change if we are notified of any significant AOB items in advance of the meeting.

The AGM Voting Form will be added here after 16th September. The deadline to receive your votes is 30th September to ensure votes are counted ahead of the AGM.

The most important subject for decision at the AGM will be the Continuation of the Forum to 2027. Forum Membership needs to agree that the forum will continue so that we can submit an application to Broxtowe Borough Council by the end of October 2021.

Guest Speaker

Richard Carr

The proposed East Midlands Development Corporation aims to help generate 84,000 new jobs, 10,000 new homes and add billions in value to the East Midlands economy by accelerating and joining up  development of three major sites centred on the East Midlands Airport area, Toton and Chetwynd and land around Ratcliffe-on-Soar Power Station.

It has funding from five local authorities, Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire County, Broxtowe and Rushcliffe Boroughs and North West Leicestershire District, laying the foundations for a new kind of statutory development corporation which was flagged in the Queen’s Speech this year as part of government plans to boost growth through planning reform.

The decision to set up EM DevCo Limited follows the submission of a detailed business case to government which hopes to attract additional Government funding for the area. Supported by regional businesses and universities, it will also work to secure funding to help support developments, speak to investors and developers to establish potential, and liaise with local communities about proposals.

One of its first steps has been to recruit an experienced managing director to lead its work.  Richard Carr joins the DevCo having steered multi-billion-pound projects in different parts of the country. Richard has a  25-year career that has seen him work with private and public sector to drive multi-billion regeneration initiatives. A former CEO at city, unitary authority and district level, he also has a wealth of experience liaising with government and business.

Previous Annual General Meetings

The 2020 Annual Report is here CTTC Annual Report 2020

The 2019 Annual Report is here CTTC Annual Report 2019

The draft minutes of the AGM held in 2019 are here for approval 2019 AGM Minutes DRAFT

Earlier AGM minutes and Annual Reports will be added in due course.