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Council election 2003 results

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The count of the voting papers in the 2003 Council election took place on Thursday 17 July.

Voter apathy showed, with voting response down on last year at just 12.8%. Regional elections for territorial members generated a greater response with Glasgow and West of Scotland top with a 19.6% response rate.

All candidates were elected to serve on Council for three years from November.

Fellows Raymond Harcourt Coe, technical director, Black & Veatch Roger Gosney, technical consultant, Jacobs Peter Hansford (second term), partner, Gardiner and Theobald David Hutchison, technical director, Cadogan Consultants Robert Withers, group manager, Dumfries & Galloway Council Members (CEng MICE) Melinda Lutton (second term), principal engineer, Babtie Elaine Lawford, principal engineer, Babtie Adrian Sheppard, director, Atkins Members (IEng MICE) Anthony Marsh, director, Northern Design Associates The following were elected as territorial members of Council by the members in the regions:

South West: Hamish Orr-Ewing, civil engineering director, Hydrock Consultants East Anglia: Andrew Cowburn, director of technical and environmental services, Norwich City Council Northern Ireland: Professor David Cleland, dean of faculty of engineering, Queen's University Belfast North West: Paul Houston, northern divisional manager, Subterra Glasgow & West of Scotland:

John McNaught, commercial director, George Leslie

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