Director Appointments

If you would like to join the board of the Management Company as a director, please submit an expression of interest statement via the form below outlining how you would work with the current board and Remus to fulfil the legal obligations as set out in the Articles of Association.

In line with the company Articles of Association a member can be appointed to be a director either at a general meeting by ordinary resolution or by a decision by directors to fill a vacancy or to appoint an additional director.

To ensure there is sensible and practical governance in relation to the running of the Management Company, the number of directors will be limited to 7, each director will be assigned specific roles and dedicated ‘task and finish groups’ will be used where necessary.

If you wish to stand it is important to understand that as a director of a limited company, you must:

• Follow the company’s rules, shown in its Articles of Association;
• Keep company records and report changes;
• File your accounts and your Company Tax Return;
• Tell other shareholders if you might personally benefit from a transaction the company makes;

Directors can hire other people to manage some of the above day-to-day (for example, Remus or an accountant) however it is the directors that remain legally responsible for the company’s records, accounts and performance. Each Director is expected to be up to date with their service charge payments and regular attendance at director meetings and board meetings is mandatory.

Please note that you can only apply to be a director if you are listed on the register of members. Every Unitholder, with the exception of Housing Association Tenants, should be listed however where a Unitholder comprises two or more persons only one will be listed as the member.

If you require confirmation as to who is listed on the Register of Members, please contact Remus via or

All of the key information about the Management Company, including the Articles of Association, is available on this website and prospective directors are asked to familiarise themselves to assist in submission of expression of interest statements.

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