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Foundation Trust Council of Governors Meeting 10 October 2007

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15th MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF GOVERNORS

Wednesday 10 October 2007 1400-1600
in the FlyBe Suite, St James Centre, Exeter City FC, Stadium Way, Exeter EX4 6PL

1 Apologies and Attendance/Quorum Check
Martin Perry, Imraan Jhetam

 

2 Last Minutes and Matters Arising

 

3 Notification of Interest

 

4 Secretary's Notes

 

5 Chairman's Remarks

 

6 Quarterly Performance update and finance presentation
Briefing from Mr Mike Stevens, Director of Finance & Information and Mr Peter Adey, Acting Director of Operations

 

7 Foundation Trust Governors Association (FTGA) (formerly the National Governors Forum) Progress Update

Verbal Report from Mr Roger Smith (Member of the FTGA Executive Committee and public governor for Mid, North, West Devon & Cornwall)

 

8 Review of Policy for the Composition of Non-Executive Directors on the Board of Directors

From Mr Tony Taylor, FT Secretary

 

9 Results of Council of Governors Committee Elections

From Mr Tony Taylor, FT Secretary

 

10 Annual Facilities Overview

Presentation by Mrs Linda Hall, Director of Facilities

 

11 Exclusion of the Press and Public

To exclude the members, press and public from the remainder of the meeting by virtue of the nature of the business to be discussed, namely to discuss the outcome of Board appraisals, and the processes for the appointment of  Non-Executive Directors

 

12 Date of Next Meeting

Wednesday 16 January 2008 from 1400-1600 in the FlyBe Suite, St James’ Centre, Exeter City FC, Stadium Way, Exeter EX4 6PL

Governors are reminded that any changes to their circumstances concerning their eligibility to vote as a member of a constituency, which have occurred since their last declaration, must be passed to the Secretary immediately.  Governors may not vote at Council meetings if they no longer meet the requirements of the Constitution.

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