We promote all grades of membership and support applicants through the process.

We promote an increase in member participation, both in their attendance at meetings and as volunteers active within ICE.

We organise regular events for our members including evening meetings and annual conference.

We promote and share ICE live events, recorded lectures or papers and reports, both online and in print for our members to access.

We communicate regularly with our members about events, the civil engineering profession, the Institution and other items of interest.

We aim to establish and maintain links with relevant groups and other institutions to strengthen the position of the ICE in the region and influence local decision making.

We will maintain links with local press and media with the aim of increasing media coverage for ICE locally

We promote the civil engineering profession to schools, colleges, universities and the wider community.

Regional Events

Membership Webinars

Online seminars to help you with your ICE membership. Click on the links below for more information and to book online.

Routes to Fellowship Webinar, 28 October

Career Appraisal Webinar, 9 December.

ICE East of England Yearbook 2014/15

The pdf of this year's yearbook, containing the planned ICE events for the East of England is now available to download.

The document also contains the meetings of other institutions and organisations in the region, which may be of interest, along with details of local branch committees and forthcoming ICE East of England competitions. Download your copy now (Revised October 2014).

A small number of hard copies is available for those who prefer. Please email iceeastofengland@ice.org.uk to request your copy.

Professionalism Workshop

12 December 2014 at Duxford Imperial War Museum.

This workshop is aimed at existing ICE Fellows and potential Fellows (i.e. members who have already achieved CEng MICE). It will cover ICE Fellowship and ICE's mentoring programme, as well as trying to match prospective Fellows with a Fellowship mentor.

We also plan to run sessions on Chartered Environmentalist and Chartered Manager qualifications.

There will be a charge or £10 + VAT per delegate for this workshop and booking is essential.

Visit the the event page for more details and to book online.

Contact us


Address:
The Studio
High Green
Great Shelford
Cambridge
CB22 5EG

Tel:
01223 842067

Email:
iceeastofengland@ice.org.uk

For a full list of regional staff visit our contact page

Find out what ICE Regions do.

Follow East of England:

State of the Nation Infrastructure


In State of the Nation: Infrastructure, ICE recommends:
Our approach to delivering and maintaining infrastructure requires attention – progress made to date should be built upon to ensure that the UK possesses world class infrastructure; Energy, flood management and local transport are of particular concern; Water, waste and strategic transport require “future proofing” The report also addresses cross-cutting issues such as decarbonisation, infrastructure design standards, availability of infrastructure services and impacts of changing weather patterns and population growth.

Click here to visit our dedicated webpages to read more about SON: Infrastructure and download the full report.

Or click here to download the East of England Regional Briefing Sheet

State of the Nation: Transport


In State of the Nation: Transport, ICE recommends:
Immediate action to improve road conditions, planning and funding; Clear national transport strategies for all parts of the UK; Extended devolution of fully-integrated transport powers, particularly to major city-regions.
These priorities are underpinned by a comprehensive suite of complementary recommendations.

Click here to visit our dedicated webpages to read more about SON: Transport and download the full report.

Or click here to download the East of England Regional Briefing Sheet

State of the Nation: Water

The State of the Nation: Water report highlights the issues facing the UK water industry and makes recommendations for solving these issues in the short and medium terms.

Click here to visit our dedicated webpages to read more about SON: Water and download the full report.

Or click here to download the East of England Regional Briefing Sheet