The Council is responsible for setting Council strategy, monitoring performance and ensuring its statutory duties are met.
Our Council is responsible for ensuring that we carry out our core functions. The Council is made up of six chiropractors and six lay members – click here for more information on our Council members.
The Council meets four times a year at the General Chiropractic Council offices in London.
The next Council meeting is on Tuesday 16 March 2021.
Meetings are open to the public with the agenda and papers available in advance (see below).
Members of the public are welcome to attend the next meeting, which will be held virtually via Microsoft Teams. We will need to limit numbers because of this. If you plan to attend, please contact us five working days before the meeting at email@example.com or by calling 020 7713 5155 so that we can issue you with a link to the meeting.
The agenda and papers for the meeting will be available one week before the meeting.
Council Meetings in 2021
Tuesday 16 March
Thursday 17 June
Tuesday 28 September
Wednesday 8 December
Minutes and material from previous Council meetings can be found in the section below.
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