Our annual general meeting (AGM) will be held at 6:30pm on the 25th March at the Montpeliano restaurant, with light refreshments being provided.
All residents are welcome.
- Appointment of meeting chairman
- Review and approval of Minutes of AGM held on 26th March 2012
- Chairman’s Welcome and Introduction of new Committee members (if any)
- Garden Chairman’s Report
- Treasurer’s Report
- Lighting scheme
- Any Other Business
- Provisional date for next AGM: 25 March 2014
This years Annual Residents Meeting will be held on
26th March at 6:30pm
at The Montpeliano Restaurant, 1st Floor
All residents are invited to attend. Some light refreshments will be served.
The Montpelier Square Garden Committee manages the square garden on behalf of the residents. According to the rules we operate under there can be no less than three and no more than nine committee members at any one time. If more than nine nominations are received then a written poll will be conducted.
If you would like to join the committee for the 2012/13 year then please use the form attached below to nominate yourself for election. The nomination deadline is March 12th. Please return completed forms to Number 8.
These are the minutes of last year’s meeting:
Here is a summary of the items discussed at our Autumn meeting:
We’re winners! Montpelier Square has placed in the top three in the annual Garden Square competition. Our exact position (Gold, Silver or Bronze) will be announced at the prize giving on November 2nd at the Guildhall. Our gardening team and Lady Marshall have every right to feel a glow of pride as we were competing against 50 other squares. We’re hoping to improve on our third place showing in 2006.
The annual budget for extra planting is to be increased to £2000 from £1500 in order to bring some Autumn colour to the garden. Our finest time is always Spring and we are hoping to extend colour and interest further through the gardening year with this additional planting.
Westminster City Council have requested that we plant two additional London Plane trees on the North side of the garden. The London Plane is a magnificent tree and they help define some of the best avenues in London but their sheer size can overwhelm a small space like Montpelier Square so Westminster have acquiesced to our suggestion of planting an Elm instead. They still want one Plane but a compromise has been reached. To this end we are looking to plant a Princeton elm this autumn, somewhere on the NE corner of the square.