NRLA holds inaugural AGM
The NRLA will hold its first Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Tuesday, November 30.
A lot has happened since the association came into being in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic in April 2020, and as an organisation the NLRA has done everything in its power to support members through it.
No-one could have imagined the personal and logistical challenges ahead, but despite this the association has gone from strength to strength, with a membership now topping 90,000.
While it has not been the start anyone envisaged, there have been notable successes, with the NRLA playing a part in securing £65million from the Government to help tackle Covid-related rent arrears and winning awards for its campaigns work during the pandemic and communication with members.
The AGM will offer the opportunity to reflect on the company’s performance during its first 12 months and will include a report from Chief Executive Ben Beadle and the presentation of the company’s Annual Review and Annual Report and Accounts for 2021.
Members with voting rights (principal named account holders) are eligible to attend the meeting, which will start at 2pm
How do I attend?
While much has changed over the last 12 months some things have remained the same, with the meeting to be held remotely via Zoom.
If you would like to read the Annual Review, attend the AGM and/or vote on the resolutions then please click here for more information.
If there are any issues you wish to raise, please notify the company secretary Philip Cox by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for submissions is 2pm on the November 28.
The Board looks forward to welcoming you on the 30th.