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Fill in CIC34 form for 2017-2018 year #723

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johnmckerrell opened this Issue Mar 27, 2018 · 5 comments

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johnmckerrell commented Mar 27, 2018

As a CIC we must fill in the CIC34 form. We don't tend to provide a lot of information on here given we communicate with the community through other mechanisms but can give a brief update on our activities during the year.

The contents of the previous form are in issue #722. The following headings must be completed:

  • PART 1 - GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COMPANY’S ACTIVITIES AND IMPACT
    In the space provided below, please insert a general account of the company’s activities in the financial year to which the report relates, including a description of how they have benefited the community.

  • PART 2 – CONSULTATION WITH STAKEHOLDERS – Please indicate who the company’s stakeholders are; how the stakeholders have been consulted and what action, if any, has the company taken in response to feedback from its consultations? If there has been no consultation, this should be made clear.

  • PART 3 – DIRECTORS’ REMUNERATION – if you have provided full details in your accounts you need not reproduce it here. Please clearly identify the information within the accounts and confirm that, “There were no other transactions or arrangements in connection with the remuneration of directors, or compensation for director’s loss of office, which require to be disclosed” (See example with full notes). If no remuneration was received you must state that “no remuneration was received” below.

  • PART 4 - TRANSFER OF ASSETS OTHER THAN FOR FULL CONSIDERATION - No transfer of assets other than for full consideration has been made

MAKE SURE TO FILL IN ALL PARTS!

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DoESsean commented Jan 29, 2019

Was this completed? As it's almost a year ago, I'd imagine the time to do it again will be coming round and, if we didn't do it last year, we're in some kind of trouble.

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johnmckerrell commented Jan 29, 2019

We did it last year but I added this ticket to make sure we did all the bits necessary as I missed a bit last time.

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johnmckerrell commented Feb 12, 2019

I've prepared the following, it would be good to submit it soon but perhaps next week's Director's meeting would be a good deadline as we should approve the accounts then too:

  • PART 1 - GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COMPANY’S ACTIVITIES AND IMPACT
    In the space provided below, please insert a general account of the company’s activities in the financial year to which the report relates, including a description of how they have benefited the community.

DoES Liverpool spent most of the year preparing for the move to the new premises. This would be the largest undertaking by DoES Liverpool's community and was a resounding success. All parts of the community supported the move whether through manual labour or helping to fund the move, or both. Throughout the year DoES Liverpool continued to offer affordable coworking, workshop and events space to the maker community and small businesses in Liverpool. The move was completed in a short space of time and caused very little interruption to this. DoES Liverpool attended a number of events such as Makefest Liverpool and MakerFaire UK; and hosted many more.

  • PART 2 – CONSULTATION WITH STAKEHOLDERS – Please indicate who the company’s stakeholders are; how the stakeholders have been consulted and what action, if any, has the company taken in response to feedback from its consultations? If there has been no consultation, this should be made clear.

DoES Liverpool's stakeholders - considered to be the maker community together with small businesses and freelancers in Liverpool and surrounding areas - were consulted many times during the year for opinions and support around the move to new premises. Concerns were also raised about the inclusivity of the community and the actions of members of the community. This led to an effort to introduce a code of conduct and procedures for dealing with complaints that has continued into the following financial year. DoES Liverpool has regularly kept the community updated on what we are doing by blogging, on social media, and communicating via our Google Group mailing list and receive most feedback through said group as well as through social media. We have continued to use GitHub Issues to plan the projects and tasks undertaken by the community.

  • PART 3 – DIRECTORS’ REMUNERATION – if you have provided full details in your accounts you need not reproduce it here. Please clearly identify the information within the accounts and confirm that, “There were no other transactions or arrangements in connection with the remuneration of directors, or compensation for director’s loss of office, which require to be disclosed” (See example with full notes). If no remuneration was received you must state that “no remuneration was received” below.

No remuneration was received by directors.

  • PART 4 - TRANSFER OF ASSETS OTHER THAN FOR FULL CONSIDERATION - Please insert full details of any transfers of assets other than for full consideration e.g. Donations to outside bodies. If this does not apply you must state that “no transfer of assets other than for full consideration has been made” below.

No transfer of assets other than for full consideration has been made

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amcewen commented Feb 19, 2019

Well written, in particular I like the answer to part 1.

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johnmckerrell commented Mar 4, 2019

This has gone to the accountants today, I'll deal with any problems in the other issue.

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