CTC - Working for Cycling
How CTC formally goes about its work as the national cyclists’ organisation. How it is led and managed, how the policies get made and if you need it, what are the rules?
CTC Goverance Documents
They are only amendable by an annual general meeting which is usually held in the spring of each year or by a specially called general meeting (a very rare event)
To submit a motion to the AGM members are encouraged to contact their regional national councillor or the CTC Chief Executive at HQ for advice first. See also the “How to influence CTC policy” below.
The power to create policies on behalf of CTC Council is mainly delegated to working committees who maintain relevant policy handbooks on behalf of the organisation.
CTC National Council has approved a revision to our Equality and Diversity (Equal Opportunities) policy to reflect changes in legislation and as the starting point for efforts to achieve the Equality in Sport standard, the recognised accreditation mark for sporting and participation organisations.
CTC is rightly proud of its 130 year history as a membership organisation, the largest and oldest of its kind in the UK and one of the largest in the world.
CTC wishes to achieve and maintain the highest standards in carrying out its various activities and therefore takes complaints very seriously. Accordingly, the CTC Council has set the following objectives for handling complaints.