BALI National AGM 2019
BALI National Event
- BALI Landscape House
- 12 Sep 2019
- Stoneleigh Park, Kenilworth, Warwickshire, CV8 2LG
- Opening times:
- 10.30am - 3pm
If you are a BALI member you can now confirm your place(s) at the BALI National Annual General Meeting 2019.
The British Association of Landscape Industries' National Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held at 10.30am on Thursday 12 September 2019 at BALI Landscape House, Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, CV8 2LG.
Following the formal AGM, where eligible voting members will get an opportunity to vote on important association matters, BALI's Chief Executive Wayne Grills will update members with a short presentation on the association's activities over the past 12 months. Wayne will seek member's opinions to ensure the association continues to meet member expectations. Your opinion and feedback are valued and if you are a member of BALI, we would encourage you to attend your National AGM. The presentation will be closely followed by a freshly prepared buffet lunch. Further information on the annual meeting, including the itinerary for the day, will be available soon.
If you are a BALI member, to confirm your place, please contact Nicky McMurdo.
- AGM start - 10.30am
- AGM finish - 11.30am
- Speaker 1 - 11.45am
- Speaker 2 - 12.10pm
- Speaker 3 - 12.30pm
- Lunch - 1.30pm
- Close - 2.30pm
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