A shareholder is a member of CCHA. Their name and address is entered into our Share Register and each share member is entitled to hold one share, which will have a nominal value of £1 and will carry no right to interest, dividend or bonus, save for any permitted by paragraph 1 of Schedule 1 to the Housing Act 1996.
The Board of Management can allow, at its discretion, any individual person to become a shareholder providing they are not:
- a minor – as determined by the Board;
- a person who has been expelled as a shareholder, unless authorised by a resolution at a general meeting;
- an employee of the association or an employee of a group member;
- a person who has been removed by the board in accordance with rule D5;
- a person in respect of whom a registered medical practitioner who is treating that person gives a written opinion to the effect that that person has become physically or mentally incapable of acting as a board member and may remain so for more than three months;
- a person in respect of whom, by reason of that person’s mental health, a court makes an order which wholly or partly prevents that person from personally exercising any powers or rights which that person would otherwise have;
- a person who is disqualified from acting as a director of a company for any reason, or has been convicted of an indictable offence (in particular any offence involving dishonesty or any offence involving imprisonment whether suspended or not);
- a person who is a director of a company which has gone into insolvency; or
- a person disqualified under Section 178 of the Charities Act 2011 from being a charitable trustee.
Further information is also available in our Rules and Shareholder Membership Policy.
You can join for just £1; this covers the cost of your share certificate.
- you can attend our Annual General Meeting
- you can vote to elect Board Members
- you would receive additional information on the work of CCHA via our Annual Report and Financial Statements.
- the skills and experience the applicant will bring to the Association
- the skills the applicant can bring to the Board, if applicable
- knowledge of the Association or a similar organisation
- commitment to the Association’s vision, values and outcomes
- an interest in and a commitment to supporting the Association’s work whenever the opportunity arises and not to undermine its work or good name
- an empathy with and understanding of the needs and aspirations of the communities and people the Association serves
- a commitment to equal opportunities and diversity
- to abide by the Rules and Code of Conduct of the Association
- not in breach of the terms and conditions of the Association’s tenancy agreement, as determined by the Board (CCHA tenants)
- no serious criminal offences, as determined by the Board.
Interested in finding out more?
For further information and to request an application form please either email email@example.com or call 029 2046 8490.