Regular Meetings


There are several different types of meetings for which a governing body is, or may be responsible.

2.1 What are regular (ordinary) meetings?

Regular meetings are the meetings held at least every three months (or once a term) to deal with routine matters of governance. The governing body can decide that it will meet more often, if it needs to.

The secretary of the governing body must give every member at least fourteen days’ written notice of the date, time and place of the meeting and of the business to be discussed at the meeting.

The governing body may agree on a longer notice period if it wishes.