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Member Governance Committee

This Committee is part of our commitment to providing increased opportunities for members to get involved with how we are governed, as well as improving our transparency and levels of engagement with members.

The Member Governance Committee provides a route for ordinary members to raise governance proposals or concerns outside of the AGM process. We value your opinion and hope to see ordinary members take advantage of this opportunity to shape the future of Which?.

Proposals to the Committee need to be submitted at least three weeks before a Committee meeting together with proof of five or more ordinary members who support it. Each proposal which has been validated will generally be considered by the Committee and they will decide whether to recommend the proposal to Council or refer on to another group committee or sub group for consideration. Four weeks after the Committee meets the ordinary member who submitted the proposal will be informed of the outcome.

Member Guidance Notes 60 Kb | 06 Mar 2019
Terms of Reference 66 Kb | 06 Mar 2019

Upcoming Member Governance Committee dates: 

The next Member Governance Committee meeting will be held on 26 November 2019.  The deadline for an ordinary member to submit a proposal in writing is 5 November 2019.

• 30 April 2019 - no proposals were put forward for consideration at this scheduled meeting.

• 4 December 2018 - in accordance with the Terms of Reference of the Member Governance Committee, a summary of the conclusions made at this meeting can be downloaded by clicking the link below.

MGC meeting summary December 2018 150 Kb | 04 Dec 2018

Which? Conversation:

We have created an ordinary member Governance page on Which? Conversation, a space designed for members to discuss governance matters and whether they support possible proposals for change.

Join the conversation here.