The company only exists to provide transparency via accounts posted to HMRC and to give the project 'legal personality' in order to enter into contracts, etc. In reality we are still the team you see every day on Twitter or can contact directly via the forum and we make decisions in that capacity rather than directors of a company. The reason we chose a not-for-profit company is because becoming a registered charity looked like a whole new minefield.In terms of Directorships, I guess it depends if all of the Directors have voting rights in terms of the future direction that could be taken. Or liquidate the Company
The overwhelming sentiment being expressed is that K7 should be kept alive and that our proposed 9/3 month agreement is both fair and a bit of a no-brainer so I've just come off the phone to one of our partners in Coniston having discussed exactly this and it was left such that I asked them to get in touch in due course with proposals regarding how we all proceed.
And, for the avoidance of doubt, we have been attempting to get that exact process moving for some considerable time without result.
And that is very naughty. Everyone involved has been acutely aware of the background legalities at all times and the above is both defamatory and alludes to deceit on the part of me and/or others so I would be grateful if you would retract that statement, Ernie. Thanks.I do have much sympathy for the good guys and girls who have given much time and effort to the restoration, probably not knowing the background legalities and relying on information from the project leaders