The 2016 LCC Annual General Meeting & Campaigners' Conference will be on Saturday 15th October.
Time: 9:00 – 17:00
Location: Coin St Conference Centre, 108 Stamford St, London, South Bank SE1 9NH
The agenda is packed with workshops and debate on cycling and cycle campaigning in the capital; our Campaigner Awards; as well as space to debate and decide on AGM motions. The day is also your last chance to vote in the 2016 LCC election to the Board of trustees and hear the declaration of the result.
We encourage all LCC members and supporters to attend the AGM and Campaigners Conference. The event is free to attend and is open to non-members, but only members can vote on AGM motions and in the Trustee Election.
The formal AGM business will take place from 9.15-10.00am, attendance is optional for LCC members. This session will cover the approval of accounts and auditors, last year's minutes and the Treasurer's Report.
09.00 - 10.00 Registration, Tea & Coffee
09.15 - 10.00 AGM Formal Business (optional attendance)
10.00 - 10.15 Welcome & Housekeeping
10.15 - 10.30 Chairs Report & Q&A
10.30 - 11.30 Presentations on past and future activities
11.30 - 11.45 Break
11.45 - 12.30 Guest Speaker (Val Shawcross, Deputy Mayor for Transport)
12.30 - 12.55 Campaigner Awards
12.55 - 13.00 Board Election Results
13.00 - 14.00 Lunch
14.00 - 15.00 AGM Motions Debate
15.05 - 16.35 Campaigner's Conference (Workshops)
16.35 - 17.00 Thanks and Closing session
Members attending the AGM must bring proof of membership e.g. their membership card or photo ID in order to be able to vote. Find out how to join LCC.
Lunch is provided for those attending, and refreshments are provided throughout the day. The venue will be fully accessible and there willl be plenty of bike parking.
What happens at the AGM & Campaigners' Conference?
LCC’s all day AGM and Campaigners’ Conference is not just an occasion for regular AGM business such as approving the audited accounts; it’s also an opportunity for LCC members to debate and shape the future of the organisation and how we operate – from deciding what policies we believe in to what specific campaigns and projects we should run.
The AGM is the charity’s ultimate decision-making body. Members can bring to it motions on any topic they feel is important to our future and to the achievement of our goals with every member in attendance at the AGM being entitled to vote.
But the event is not just about such formal decision-making. The annual conference part of the day is an important forum for members and non-members alike to engage in debates and discussions about how we conduct our work and the political environment we operate in, and how we can inform, learn from, and support each other so as to maximise our effectiveness as a whole. We will be offering a number of workshops for people to take part in during the Campaigners Conference before celebrating our wonderful local activists in our annual Campaigner Awards!
The Role of Local Groups
LCC local groups represent the charity’s core activist base. Members of LCC local groups are especially encouraged to attend the AGM to participate in the debates and discussions. There will be a set of workshops on the day especially designed to assist local groups in developing their campaigning, identifying and solving future challenges for grassroots campaigning, and sharing ideas and innovation. We will also be celebrating the wonderful work that local groups do through our 2016 Campaigner Awards.
Minutes of the 2015 AGM
Resolutions of the 2015 AGM can be found here, where the minutes will also soon be posted. See also the charity's 2014/15 audited accounts which were approved at the meeting. (London Cycling Campaign's Articles of Association and AGM Standing Orders may be found here.)