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THE

AGM 2015

HISTORIC BUILDINGS
PARKS & GARDENS
EXHIBITION

On receipt of your application we will acknowledge your
booking via post or email (where provided).
On arrival at the Conference Centre please register at the
HHA desk located in the foyer on the ground floor where
you will be handed a name badge and, if you have pre-booked
for lunch, a lunch voucher.

Held in parallel with the Historic Houses Association
AGM, Members will have an opportunity to visit the
comprehensive, all-day exhibition of products and services
designed for use in the care, repair, restoration and
conservation of historic buildings, their contents and
surrounding landscapes.

AGM 2015

Preserving and promoting Britain’s private heritage since 1973

42nd NATIONAL
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

HHA SPEAKERS

11.30AM

RICHARD COMPTON

and

PRESIDENT OF THE HHA

Richard Compton was elected President of the HHA in 2012
having served for five years as Deputy President. He is the owner
of Newby Hall, Ripon, North Yorkshire. The HHA represents
Britain’s historic houses, castles and gardens in private
ownership. There are 1,500 Member houses consisting of listed buildings or
designated gardens, usually Grade I or II*. Many HHA houses feature in the minds of
the public as symbols of Britain’s unique heritage. Around 500 HHA houses and
gardens are open to the public, attracting some 13 million visitors each year.

HISTORIC BUILDINGS, PARKS AND
GARDENS EXHIBITION
TUESDAY 17 NOVEMBER 2015

11.55AM HHA Guest Speaker

TRACEY CROUCH MP

PARLIAMENTARY UNDER SECRETARY OF STATE FOR
SPORT, TOURISM AND HERITAGE

at

After an initial period of working in parliament from 1996, Tracey
Crouch became a political consultant. Returning to parliament in
2003, she became Chief of Staff to Shadow Education Secretary
Damian Green, then to Shadow Home Secretary David Davis. She
worked then in the City for five years prior to being elected MP for Chatham and
Aylesford in 2010. Elected in 2012 as a committee member of the Culture, Media and
Sport Select Committee; and in 2013 as a member of the Political and Constitutional
Reform Select Committee; Tracey Crouch was appointed Parliamentary Under
Secretary of State for Sport, Tourism and Heritage in May 2015.

THE QUEEN ELIZABETH II CONFERENCE CENTRE
BROAD SANCTUARY, WESTMINSTER
LONDON SW1

2.45PM HHA/Savills incorporating Smiths Gore Lecture

DR BETTANY HUGHES

The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre

London Underground Stations

AUTHOR AND BROADCASTER

Dr Bettany Hughes is an award-winning historian, author and
broadcaster specialising in ancient and mediaeval history and
culture. Her first book Helen of Troy: Goddess, Princess, Whore has
been translated into ten languages and The Hemlock Cup, Socrates,
Athens and the Search for the Good Life was shortlisted for the
Writer’s Guild Award. Having written and presented over 40
broadcast documentaries which are watched by 250 million
viewers every year; and a frequently-commissioned newspaper
contributor; Bettany Hughes is also a judge for the English Heritage Angel Awards,
The Art Fund’s Museum of the Year Award and is a reader on the Queen’s Anniversary
Prize. She regularly judges for the RTS and Grierson Awards.

There is no car parking for visitors at The Queen Elizabeth II
Conference Centre. The nearest car parks are:

EVENT ORGANISERS • HALL-MCCARTNEY LTD • www.hall-mccartney.co.uk

Abingdon Car Park
Great College Street
Westminster
London
SW1P 3RX
Telephone: 020 7641 3291

Pimlico Car Park
Cumberland Street
Westminster
London
SW1V 4LR
Telephone: 020 7828 4520
(Entrance in Winchester Street)

The Association is grateful to
Savills incorporating Smiths Gore and Farrer & Co
for their financial support of the
day’s programme

www.hha.org.uk

PROGRAMME

From 9.00am
Registration at Ground Floor Reception

Historic Buildings, Parks and Gardens Exhibition
(and coffee bar) will be open in the
Fleming and Whittle Rooms on the third floor

10.45am
Members are invited to start taking their places for the
AGM in the Churchill Auditorium on the ground floor

11.00am PROMPT
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
in the Churchill Auditorium (see Agenda opposite)
11.25am APPROXIMATELY
Admission of invited guests followed by

11.30am
Nick Way, outgoing Director General of the HHA

11.35am
ADDRESS by Richard Compton, President of the HHA

11.55 APPROXIMATELY
GUEST SPEAKER
Tracey Crouch, MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of
State for Sport, Tourism and Heritage
followed by Questions

12.25pm APPROXIMATELY
Drinks (cash bar) in the Historic Buildings, Parks and
Gardens Exhibition on the third floor

1.15pm
LUNCH in the Benjamin Britten Lounge on the third floor

NB: Lunch will be served at tables for Members and their
guests who have paid in advance and collected their vouchers
from reception on arrival. No tickets will be available for sale
on the day. After Lunch, Members and guests are invited to
return to the Historic Buildings, Parks and Gardens Exhibition
in the Whittle and Fleming Rooms.

2.45pm
HHA/SAVILLS INCORPORATING SMITHS GORE
LECTURE in the Churchill Auditorium (ground floor)
Bettany Hughes ‘Your History on TV – Friend or Foe?’
4.00pm
Tea (in the Exhibition on the third floor)

(the “HHA”) Company No: 2001057

Notice of
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of
the HHA will be held at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference
Centre London on 17 November 2015 at 11.00am to transact
the following business:
1 Formal opening of the Meeting by the Patron

2 Apologies for absence

3 Minutes of the 41st Annual General Meeting
(already circulated)

4 Adoption of Accounts
– proposed by James Birch, Hon Treasurer

5 Appointment of auditors for the FY 2015/16

6 Election of President, Deputy President, and
Hon Treasurer (see Notes to Agenda)

7 Membership subscription rates with effect from
1 April 2016 (see Subscription Rates note opposite)

8 Friends subscription rates (see Subscription Rates note)

9 Report by Lord Raynham, Chairman of HHA Next
Generation

10 Any other business (Please note that there will be a
general question session following the Guest Speaker)
DATED 9 SEPTEMBER 2015

BY ORDER OF THE BOARD
DIRECTOR-GENERAL

The HHA is a company limited by guarantee with company number
2001057 whose registered office is at 2 Chester Street, London
SW1X 7BB. A Full Member entitled to attend and vote at this meeting
is entitled to appoint another person (who need not be a member)
as his or her proxy to attend and vote instead of him or her. A form
of proxy for use at the meeting is available on request from the
Director-General of the Association at 2 Chester Street, London
SW1X 7BB and must be deposited at the registered office of the
HHA not less than 48 hours before the time of the meeting.

NOTES TO THE AGENDA

ELECTION OF OFFICERS (ITEM 6)
Richard Compton will be proposed for election to the post
of President.
James Birch will be proposed for election to the post of
Deputy President.
William Parente will be proposed for election as
Hon Treasurer.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES (ITEMS 7 & 8)

Members’ Subscriptions
Full Members’ annual subscriptions have, since 1 April 2015,
been £120.50 for a non-open house and £154 upwards for an
open house. The meeting is invited to approve the following
rates to come into effect from 1 April 2016. The paying visitor
element will be adjusted proportionately. Corporate
Members’ subscriptions are currently £207 for companies
and £104 for heritage/charitable bodies.
Non Open House
Open House
Open Garden
Next Generation and Family Members
Next Generation and Family Members
Corporate Members
Heritage bodies with charitable status

£123.00
£157.00
£123.00
£ 49.00 single
£ 67.00 double
£212.00
£106.00

Members’ subscriptions will be subject to VAT at 9.6%
and Corporate Members at 17.6%.

Friends’ Subscriptions
Current rates (implemented 1/01/15) are: Individual – £47.00,
Double – £75.50 and £23.00 for additional Friends living at
the same address. This meeting is invited to approve the
following rates to come into effect from 1 January 2016.
Chq/Cash/CCd rate

DD rate

Individual Friend
£48.00 £45.00
Double Friends living at the same address
£77.00 £72.00
Each additional Friend living at the
£23.00 £22.00
same address (available only to holders of a Double Membership

or for children (under 16) of holders of Single Memberships)

APPLICATION FORM

Please complete and return as soon as possible and not later
than Wednesday 11 November 2015 to:
AGM 2015
Historic Houses Association
2 Chester Street
London
SW1X 7BB

I am a Member/Corporate Member/Friend of the HHA
(please delete as appropriate) and would like:

single tickets @ £70.00 each including VAT @ 20%
to attend the AGM but not the lunch (no charge)

Name of each person attending (in the form in which it should
appear on the name badge):

1
2
3

Address
POSTCODE

Tel

Email

The cost of the day covers the full day’s programme and lunch
(including two glasses of wine). There will be a cash bar in the
Exhibition (third floor) before lunch and coffee and tea may be
purchased from the various points of sale situated in the
Exhibition area.

Those wishing to attend the day’s proceedings but who do not wish to
have lunch should complete this form but there will be no charge.

I enclose a cheque made payable to the
‘Historic Houses Association’ for: £
Signed
Date

NB If you do NOT wish to appear on the Attendance List please
tick here


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