Annual General Meeting

The Science Council’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) is a formal meeting of Member Bodies, providing them with an opportunity to hear from the Board on the work of the charity, progress on strategy and plans for the future.

The business of the AGM includes receipt and consideration of the annual report and accounts, the appointment and determination of the remuneration of the auditors, announcement of new Board members, and any other business relating to the charity. When applicable, the business will also include the election of the President.

Annual General Meeting 2024

Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Science Council will be held at 11am on Thursday 27th June at the Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, W1J 0BA. Formal business will include:

  • THAT the minutes of the General Meeting held on 22nd November 2023 be received and approved.
  • THAT the Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 December 2023 be received and considered.
  • THAT Kreston Reeves Chartered Accountant be reappointed as external auditors of the Council until the conclusion of the 2025 Annual General Meeting

All Member Bodies of the Science Council are entitled to attend and participate in the business of the AGM. After the AGM and networking lunch, we will hold a facilitated in-person CEO and Leaders Forum to provide Members with an opportunity to help shape the development of how the Science Council engages with them and the development of our next strategy. Members of the Board will also attend this session, which will finish at 3:30pm.  Your organisation can register to attend the AGM and CEO Forum here.

AGM documents

Documents relating to the business of the AGM can be found in the green ‘Useful information’ box on the right side of this page.

Members may appoint the Chair of the Meeting or another individual to act as their proxy at the meeting. The proxy form can be found in the ‘Useful information’ box.

As ever, we encourage Members to ask questions at the Meeting. Should you wish to submit a question in advance you can do so by emailing o.ohanlon@sciencecouncil.org.