ConstitutionRailfuture operates as a company limited by guarantee, Railfuture Ltd. View or download its Memorandum and Articles of Association as amended May 2016.
Annual General MeetingThe 2019 AGM will be held in Cardiff on Saturday 18 May 2019.
- 2018 Edinburgh
- 2017 Peterborough
- 2016 Milton Keynes
- 2015 Blackpool
- 2014 Sheffield
- 2013 Durham. An Extraordinary General Meeting was also held in Oxford
- 2012 Worcester
- 2011 Brighton
Annual Reviews or ReportsYou can view or download the annual reviews/reports:
- View or download 2017 (3.54MB)
- View or download 2016 (1.92MB)
- View or download 2015 (1.2MB)
- View or download 2014 (3.73MB)
- View or download 2013 (2.16MB)
- View or download 2012 (280kB)
- View or download 2011 (172kB)
- View or download 2010 (208kB)
- View or download 2009 (210kB)
- View or download 2008 (211kB)
- View or download 2007 (220kB)
- View or download 2006 (205kB)
- View or download 2005 (203kB)
Nominate/choose a director
Nominations for Directors must be received no later than 1 February each year. If there are more candidates than vacant places then a ballot will take place, with each member being sent a voting paper in late March/early April.
The Vice-Chairman is appointed by the Directors from among themselves, and portfolios - Policy, Passenger, Infrastructure, Freight, Communications, Governance, Membership, Finance & IT - are assigned to the Directors by agreement among themselves.
If a director resigns or otherwise vacates a post during the year their place will remain vacant until the next AGM, when a new Director may be elected to serve the balance of their 3-year term. However, the directors may co-opt according to the rules stated in the Memorandum and Articles of Association. A co-opted director remains only until the next AGM (or the AGM after if they were appointed after nominations for new directors closed).
Go to Elections for details on how to vote or stand for election. You can also download a nomination form.
The results are announced at the national AGM held every May.
Honorary rolesHonorary President
A list and brief details of Railfuture honorary vice presidents
national groups which determine policy and manage the activities of the society.
branches in England, plus Wales and Scotland, which meet locally and campaign on local issues.
MembersAll members, including Directors, have a Resolution of Problems process available. All members are bound by a Code of Conduct.
Railfuture holds an annual Branches and Groups Day with representatives from our national Groups and regional Branches. In 2018 it will be held on Saturday 6 October, in Birmingham. A report of the conclusions and agreed action plan from the 2014 Railfuture Branches and Groups Day on 11th October 2014 can be viewed or downloaded.