New COVID-19 FAQ Available

20th Mar 2020 | News and Events

New COVID-19 frequently asked questions (FAQs) are now available from the COVID-19 page of TMCP’s website and explore general practical issues that face Managing Trustees given the impact of COVID-19.

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17th Mar 2020 | News and Events

Due to the current status regarding Covid-19 in the UK TMCP are requesting that Managing Trustees and their instructed professionals ensure (wherever possible) that correspondence is sent to our office via email rather than post.

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Contingency arrangements for Covid-19

10th Mar 2020 | News and Events

TMCP has started to put preparations in place to allow for the possibility of a building lockdown relating to Covid-19. This could arise as a result of a number of instances including the need to self-isolate or that the Government decide to prevent travel and people may be instructed to remain in their immediate locations.

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Helpful advice regarding JCT Contracts

25th Feb 2020 | Property Updates

JCT (Joint Contracts Tribunal) contracts facilitate the process of delivering a building project. They can be used in projects from the repairs to a church roof to a large scale redevelopment of church premises. In simple terms they set out the responsibilities of all the parties within the process and their obligations to each other.

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New First Legal Steps on a Property Project Chart

31st Jan 2020 | Property Updates

A new resource; 'First Legal Steps on a Property Project Chart' is now available on TMCP's website. This can be used as a tool to help Managing Trustees who are starting a property project to identify potential legal issues early in the whole process so that they can be taken into account and built into the project plans.

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The Connexional Team have produced a series of ‘Essential Trustee Guide,’ videos for Managing Trustees now available on the Methodist Church Website.

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Managing Trustees' Data Subject Access Request Policy

29th Nov 2019 | Technical Updates

The General Data Protection Regulation (‘GDPR’) and the Data Protection Act 2018 (‘DPA 2018’) provide individuals with certain rights when it comes to their personal data and how it is processed by the Methodist Church. One of those rights is the right of access, more commonly known as a “Data Subject Access Request” (‘DSAR’).

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