The ICE is looking to consult members on the key issues they would like to see included in the Institutions’ general election manifesto.
The manifesto is being prepared by the ICE’s policy team in advance of the upcoming general election – which could be held any time before 4 June 2010 – and will build on the policy priorities identified in State of the Nation and other ICE policy reports.
The ICE is looking to consult members on the key issues they would like to see included in the Institutions’ general election manifesto
Head of ICE policy Andrew Crudgington said: “The ICE provides independent, professional advice to all political parties and we are always keen for input from our members on key documents such as the manifesto. We value member consultation as a way of ensuring we understand the views of our members on key issues.”
Contributions should be no more than 150 words and should outline the single measure relating to civil engineering or infrastructure members would most like to see incorporated in to the manifestoes of the main political parties.
- Any member wishing to participate should send their contribution to email@example.com by 31 May 2009