Food Standards Agency
FSA Board meeting papers published for March 2020
The agenda and papers for the March Board meeting have been published.
The meeting will be held in London on Wednesday 11 March 2020. It will begin at 9.00am and will be chaired by FSA Chair Heather Hancock. You can register to attend in person or to view online (Opens in a new window).
The agenda includes:
- An update on what the FSA has done since the UK left the EU at the end of January and what challenges we face in the coming months
- Confirmation of the 2020/21 business plan, including difficult de-prioritisation choices to meet financial constraints
- A formal report to the Board by the independent chair of the Science Council.
A full agenda and published papers can be viewed in the Board meeting section of our website.
How to register for the open Board meeting
The March Board meeting will be at Clive House, 70 Petty France, London, SW1H 9EX.
You can attend the Board meeting in person. To do this, please visit our registration site (Opens in a new window). As places may be limited, please wait until you receive an official confirmation of your registration before making arrangements to attend.
If you cannot attend, you can also register at the same site to watch the meeting live online.
If you need help to register, or have any queries, please contact us:
Tel: 01772 767731
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