Under the proposals set out in the original EUROC Working Group’s Report approved in February 2019, those HOA representatives on the group, plus the RDO and ARDA-ROC representatives formed the first EUROC Board until the first Annual General Meeting election that was held on the 3rd November 2020.
After the first AGM, it was laid down and agreed that the EUROC Board of Directors would be elected by the membership with a maximum of nine board members of whom:
- Two members represent independent HOAs (Home Owners’ Associations) i.e. those HOAs where there is no developer involvement and is run and managed by the owners’ committee or similar
- Four represent HOAs that do not meet the previous criteria
- One represents a points based HOA/Club
- One nominated by RDO
- One nominated by ARDA-ROC
Of the seven Home Owner Club members elected to the board, three shall serve for two years and four for three years. At the end of their respective terms they will then be eligible for re- election for a three-year period.
It will be incumbent for board members to agree which of them shall serve for two years and which will serve for three (this provision is inserted to give the initial board some continuity).
Thereafter, representatives will be elected at AGMs for a three-year term and will be eligible for re-election on a maximum of three consecutive occasions.