Company AGM

2018 Annual General Meeting

Following our AGM on Monday 11th June, The Ethical Property Company Limited are pleased to announce the following have been elected to the board as non-executives…

  • David Loggia
  • Jamie Hartzell
  • Paul Bellack
  • Sam Clarke

Congratulations to those elected, thank you for all those who participated in the election.

Further details of the full ballot are below:

We are pleased to announce the results of the Resolutions. Over 10 million out of a total of just under 15 million votes were cast by over 500 shareholders, a very high level of participation. Ordinary Resolutions require over 50% of votes cast in favour to be passed, and Special Resolutions 75%.

Resolution                                                                For

Ordinary Resolution One:
To receive the audited reports and accounts
          99.9%                        Passed

Ordinary Resolution Two:
To appoint Kingston Smith LLP                               99.7%
                        Passed
as auditors of the Company

Ordinary Resolution Three:
To re-elect Tim Farazmand as a                              44%                         
Rejected
Director of the Company

Ordinary Resolution Four:
To elect David Loggia as a Director                         62%                         
Passed
of the Company

Ordinary Resolution Five:
To elect Penny Gardner as a Director                     44%                         
Rejected
of the Company

Ordinary Resolution Six:
To elect Jamie Hartzell as a Director                       59%                        
Passed
of the Company

Ordinary Resolution Seven:
To elect Paul Bellack as a Director                          59%
                          Passed
of the Company

Ordinary Resolution Eight:
To elect Sam Clarke as a Director                           68%                         
Passed
of the Company

Ordinary Resolution Nine:
Authority to issue shares
                                        65%                           Passed

Special Resolution Ten:
Dis-application of pre-emption rights                   
62%                           Rejected

AGM Information