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CSP Annual General Meeting 2017

The 98th Annual General Meeting of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy will be held at 12.30pm on Saturday 11 November 2017 at the Birmingham International Convention Centre

Members of CSP Council talk about the proposed changes to Council

As a CSP member, you are encouraged to attend and/or vote at the AGM. You can come to the AGM even if you're not attending the full Physiotherapy UK conference. Even if you can't make it to Birmingham, you can still vote by proxy (see below).

AGM agenda and explanatory booklet

As well as the usual AGM business including the Annual Accounts, Annual Report and appointment of auditors, this year members will also be voting on recommendations from the Governance and Membership Reviews.  

We have therefore produced an explanatory booklet for members to give them all the background information to the member-led Governance and Membership Reviews and to explain what happens at the AGM. There are links within the booklet to accompanying documents, which are also available by clicking on Related Documents at the bottom of the page.

Voting and proxy voting

All the resolutions/motions are included and explained in the booklet and the Proxy Form is available by clicking on the Vote by proxy button below or downloading from the Related Documents links at the end of this section. 

If you are unable to attend the meeting in person, you may appoint a proxy to exercise all or any of your rights to attend, speak and, on a poll, vote at the AGM.

You may appoint the Chair of the AGM, who will vote in favour of Council’s proposals, or another member of the CSP. If you appoint another member as your proxy, you may instruct them how you wish to vote or allow them to vote at their discretion.

Please read the notes on the Proxy Form before completing it and note that the deadline for receipt of proxy forms is 12.30pm on Monday 6 November 2017. 


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