In 2015 CIHT’s 18 UK Branches were restructured to 12 Regions & Nations to match the boundaries of the Devolved Nations and the English Regions. On Tuesday 5th May 2015 the Central and Southern Scotland and the North of Scotland Branches merged to become CIHT Scotland. CIHT Scotland exists to support you in your career development, to highlight and share best practice in transport planning and engineering in Scotland and to offer networking opportunities.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that CIHT London Region will hold it's Annual General Meeting at 17:30 on Thursday 20 May 2021.
This is an exceptionally important event within the Regions calendar as it allows you, the Membership to have a direct say in how the Committee is run and the focus and direction you wish to see over the coming year. In addition to receiving an update on what’s been undertaken over the last twelve months, Members will also be able to vote for a new Committee who will preside over what is expected to be another busy and productive year.
If you're interested in getting involved with the committee, please contact email@example.com for a list of available roles.
With over 1200 members located across Scotland, CIHT Scotland is keen to support professionals pursuing qualifications such as Chartered Engineer, Incorporated Engineer and Transport Planning Professional status.
The SPF is part of CIHT Scotland and sits under the auspices of the CIHT Learned Society & Technical Board. As a member-led initiative, SPF stemming from the time of devolved government in Scotland. Its central purpose is to represent CIHT members in Scotland in an appropriate way and to convey professional advice and opinion to elected bodies and society at large in a way that is relevant to the specific geography, characteristics and governance of the transport network in Scotland. SPF ensures that relevant transport technical and policy issues are brought to the attention of CIHT members across Scotland and endeavours to produce timely responses to the Scottish Government on public consultations. For further details go to Scottish Policy Forum.
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