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New members join Council debating chamber

ICE NEWS

FOURTEEN NEW members of Council will take their place in the ICE's policy debating chamber in November.

Over 10,000 members cast their vote, representing a record 15% of the membership.

The only disappointment was the relatively low response from graduate members. After a hard fought campaign to win voting rights for the group, only 14% of the 15,200 graduates voted.

Each Council member will serve for three years from 6 November.

GENERAL MEMBERS Brian Flynn (F), director, Flynn & Rothwell Professor Paul Jowitt (F), director, Scottish Institute of Sustainable Technology, Heriot-Watt University Mike Chater (M), senior group engineer, WS Atkins Annette Dentith (M), senior waste management officer, Devon County Council Gerry Gallagher (M), construction services executive, Pricewaterhouse Coopers Caroline Cleland (A), project manager, Northern Ireland Assembly TERRITORIAL MEMBERS Chilterns: Graham Plant (F), director, Graham Plant Consulting East of Scotland: Graham Donaldson (M), contracts director, Chap Construction London: Alan Caroll (M), director, Interrex Southern: Peter Cross (F), technical director, Dean & Dyball Thames Valley: Howard Larkin (M), consultant Yorkshire: Trevor Hodgson (F), policy and planning manager, Kirklees Highways Service GRADUATE MEMBERS Nicola Bowen, graduate engineer, Capita DBS Brian Pope, managing director, Engineers OnNet. com

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