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When: Wednesday 20 Oct, 4.30pm
Where: Via Zoom - you will be sent a link after registration
Cost: Free of charge
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20 Oct 2021

2021 AGM

The GETBA Annual General Meeting will be held on Wednesday 20 October 2021, at 4.15pm for 4.30 start at BNZ Partners Centre, Level 1, Ford Building, 86 Highbrook Drive, East Tamaki, COVID alert level restrictions permitting. Should alert level or venue restrictions preclude an in person meeting it will be held electronically via Zoom and members will be advised by email if you have provided us with your email address, and on the GETBA website, and by public notice. Should the meeting be held via Zoom, those who have RSVP’d will be sent the Zoom meeting link. Members unable to access an electronic device may cast votes by appointing a proxy. Contact the returning officer if you are unsure.

Formal notification information, Committee nomination forms and proxy forms are being posted to property owners and emailed to business owners. 2021 Agenda, special resolution and 2020/2021 AGM Minutes will be available on the website from 16 September. Further AGM documentation including the 2020/2021 Annual Report, Audited Financial Statements 2020/2021, Business Plan and Budget 2021-2022, proposed Indicative Budget 2022-2023 and 2021-2026 Strategic Plan will be available on this site from 21 September. Information on Committee nominees will be available here on 30 September.  


Meeting documents

Agenda with Notices of Motion

Minutes of the 2020 GETBA AGM

Notice to Members of Special Resolution 2021

GETBA Annual Report 2020-2021 and Business Plan 2021-2022

Strategic Plan Summary

Indicative Budget 2022-2023 

Audited Financial Accounts 2021

Committee Nomination Profiles 2021


Voting eligibility

If you are a commercial property owner or business owner within the GETBA geographic boundaries (see map), and you have registered with us as a member, you are entitled to one vote at the AGM.
NB
If you own more than one property or are an owner occupier you may vote only once. If you are a company, partnership or trust, and not a sole trader, you need to nominate one designated representative to exercise the vote on behalf of the company, partnership or trust.  If there is a different property owner and business owner (e.g. tenant) within the same rateable property, then the business owner and the property owner are eligible for one vote each.

*S10 of the Covid-19 Response (Requirements for Entities-Modifications and Exemptions) Act 2020.
Because of COVID-19, it may not be reasonably practicable for us to have a physical AGM at a particular place.  Accordingly, we have used s 10 of the Covid-19 Response (Requirements for Entities-Modifications and Exemptions) Act 2020, should it be required, to allow us to use electronic means to  call and hold the meeting, including for the purpose of establishing a quorum, voting, giving or receiving information and all related matters concerning the AGM in order to give the same effect as if a normal AGM were occurring.