CIHT Council

Council advises on the strategic and professional direction of the Institution. They also have the power to elect and remove the Board of Trustees.

Council Members find serving on Council a rewarding and enjoyable experience, and a great opportunity to network with fellow professionals.

Ordinary and Regional Council Members serve for three years, after which they must be re-elected in order to continue to serve.  If they are re-elected they can then serve for a further three years before they must stand down for at least a year.  

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Council is made up of:


•    President
•    Two Vice Presidents
•    Three Immediate Past Presidents
•    Honorary Treasurer
•    Twelve Ordinary Members
•    Twelve Regional Members
•    Republic of Ireland Member
•    Up to eight Nominated Members
•    A SoRSA representative (observer)

President 2018-19    
Matthew Lugg OBE CEng MICE FCIHT MIMgt

Vice President    
Martin Tugwell BSc (Eng) Hons CEng MICE FCIHT
Deborah Sims BSc(Hons) MSc CEng HonMSoRSA PGCertHE FHEA FCIHT

Past Presidents
Andreas Markides BSc (Hons) MSc CEng FICE FCIHT
Steve Rowsell BSc CEng MICE FCIHT MCIPS
Sue Sharland MA PhD FCIHT

Honorary Treasurer
Peter Brown BSc MSc Eng DIC CEng FCIHT

Regional Members
Andrew Warrington BEng CEng MICE MCIHT - CIHT East Midlands
David Sprunt IEng FIHIE MCIHT - CIHT East of England
Stelios Rodoulis - CIHT London    
Chandra Vemury - CIHT North East and Cumbria    
Mike Peet BEng (Hons) CEng MICE MCIHT - CIHT North West    
Bert Bailie BSc (Hons) MSc CEng FCIHT - CIHT Northern Ireland
Richard Perry MEng CEng MCIHT - CIHT Scotland
Stuart Atkinson BSc MA CEng MICE MAPM MCIHT - CIHT South East
Mike O'Dowd-Jones BSc MSc MCILT MCIHT - CIHT South West
Kerry Evans - CIHT Cymru Wales    
Steve Carmody BSc (Hons) CEng MICE FCIHT - CIHT Yorkshire and the Humber
Matthew Steele - CIHT Republic of Ireland

Ordinary Members
Susan Giahi Broadbent - CIHT West Midlands
Claudia Currie BSc (Hons) MSc Dip PGDip TPP CEng FCIT FCILT AMIEA FCIHT - CIHT Wales
Nick Hopcraft BSc (Hons) MICE CEng FCIHT - CIHT West Midlands
Spencer Palmer BEng (Hons) CEng MICE FCIHT - CIHT London
Jerry Pert BSc FCIHT - CIHT London
Tim Speed BSc (Hons) CEng MICE FCIHT MTPS FFB - CIHT North East & Cumbria
Derek Palmer BA MSocSc TPP FCILT FCIHT - CIHT East of England
Gill Foster MCIHT FIHE - CIHT South East
Jo Field MA MPhil MCIHT - CIHT London
Mark Staniland - CIHT East Midlands    
Simon Hindshaw BSc CEng FICE FCIHT FCIT - CIHT South East
Emily Ingham - CIHT Yorkshire and the Humber    

Nominated Members
Wayne Duerden BEng CEng MICE FCIHT Hon FIHE - CIHT South East
Lynn Basford BA FCIHT - CIHT South East
Dana Skelley OBE BEng MBA CEng MICE MCMI FCIHT - CIHT London
Ginny Clarke BSc CEng MICE FCIHT OBE - CIHT London
Glenn Lyons BEng PhD FCIHT MTPS TPP - CIHT South West
Neil Johnstone - CIHT Scotland    
Kaine Lynch MEng CEng MICE MCIHT - Young Professional - CIHT Northern Ireland
Nicola Blaney - Young Professional - CIHT Scotland    

SoRSA Representative (Observer)
John Barrell BSc CEng MICE FCIHT MIRSO FSoRSA - CIHT North East & Cumbria

Becoming a CIHT Council Member gives you an opportunity to determine the strategic and professional direction of your Institution. Council acts as a sounding board for CIHT policy development and hosts outside speakers who contribute to debate, helping to shape CIHT positioning on specific issues. Recent topics included a presentation on reshaping UK transport policy from Transport for the North’s David Levene and a discussion around the Office of Rail and Road’s annual assessment of Highways England by its deputy director Richard Coates.

Download a summary and FAQs on Your Role as a Council Member 

Vote in the CIHT Council Elections

CIHT's Elections for Ordinary Council Members for 2019/20 open on Monday 25 March 2019.  There are 13 candidates for three Ordinary Member positions. The elections process is once again being managed by the independent elections company, Mi-Voice Ltd.

Members who are eligible to vote (Fellows and Full Members) will receive an email from Mi-Voice on Monday 25 March 2019 with a link to the voting website. Members who do not have a registered email address with CIHT will receive a letter in the post with details of how to vote using the website or, alternatively, request a postal ballot form.

If you do not see the email in your inbox, please check your Junk or Spam folders and, if you are a Gmail user, your Social and Promotions folders.

If you have not received the email or need any further help, please contact Mi-Voice direct:

E: support@mi-voice.com      T: +44 (0)2380 763987

If you have not already done so, please take a few moments to read through the candidates’ statements before casting your vote. The online ballot will be open from Monday 25 March 2019 until 5:00pm on Friday 10 May 2019 and the results will be announced at CIHT’s AGM on 19 June 2019.

Any Questions?

If you want to know more then please contact the Governance Team on:

E: governance@ciht.org.uk   T: +44 (0)20 7336 1550.

 

To find out more information about the governance of CIHT please contact e: governance@ciht.org.uk

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