South East England

Adur Ferry bridge at sunset

South East England is the largest of ICE's 12 UK regions. It represents around 11,000 ICE members and covers a wide geographic area ranging from Kent across to Hampshire, and the Isle of Wight up to Milton Keynes.

The South East Regional Support Team and Committee is here to help you find out more about membership, events and pre-19 programmes. As a professional body it shares knowledge and actively promotes civil engineering, by working with industry, schools, universities, local government and the media.

The South East region is divided into three branches:

  • Kent & East Sussex Branch (Kent, East Sussex)
  • South Branch (West Sussex, Hampshire and Isle of Wight)
  • Thames Valley Branch (Surrey, Berkshire, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire)
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Kings Road arches in Brighton, UK

ICE South East England Engineering Excellence Awards

The annual ICE South East Engineering Excellence Awards celebrates outstanding engineering achievement in the South East England region. These awards showcase the most innovative, creative and sustainable contributions to the physical and social environment.

Previous winners include Mary Rose Museum, Adur Ferry Bridge, A244 Walton-on-Thames Bridge, Kennington Road Flood Alleviation Scheme and Outwood to Buckland Strategic Water Main.

Find out more about the ICE South East awards

Get the latest news from your region

Visit our News section for all the latest from your region and beyond. You can also explore our blog, The Civil Engineer, for regular civil engineering updates.

Looking for help and advice on becoming qualified?

Our professional qualification training is here to help you, from advice surgeries to courses in passing your professional review.

  • Membership surgery

    Membership surgery, Eastleigh

    • 10 September, 2015

    The London and South East regions are holding ongoing membership surgeries as your opportunity to discuss anything related to ICE membership, professional development or routes to membership with a Membership Development Officer.

  • Membership surgery

    Membership surgery, Reading

    • 16 September, 2015

    The London and South East regions are holding ongoing membership surgeries as your opportunity to discuss anything related to ICE membership, professional development or routes to membership with a Membership Development Officer.

  • Membership surgery

    Membership surgery, Maidstone

    • 18 September, 2015

    The London and South East regions are holding ongoing membership surgeries as your opportunity to discuss anything related to ICE membership, professional development or routes to membership with a Membership Development Officer.

  • Membership surgery

    Telephone surgery, London

    • 23 September, 2015

    The London and South East regions are holding ongoing membership surgeries as your opportunity to discuss anything related to ICE membership, professional development or routes to membership with a Membership Development Officer.

  • Membership surgery

    Membership surgery, Milton Keynes

    • 13 October, 2015

    The London and South East regions are holding ongoing membership surgeries as your opportunity to discuss anything related to ICE membership, professional development or routes to membership with a Membership Development Officer.

  • Professional review preparation

    Initial Professional Development workshop (Development Objectives/Attributes), Maidstone

    • 14 October, 2015

    The ICE has streamlined the process of applying for membership, making preparing for professional qualification more straightforward for our members and prospective members. The workshop will cover three main changes which have been implemented this year.

Looking for more training opportunities in the South East?

Visit our professional qualification training hub and search for the right event for you

Interested in getting more involved?

Help inspire the next generation

There are many ways that you can get involved with ICE, including:

  • adding your expert knowledge to one of our panels or committees
  • writing for one our publications
  • visiting schools to help encourage the next generation of civil engineers

Getting involved with us is also a great way to help your professional development and further your experiences.

If you think you've got what it takes, then we want to hear from you!

Find out all the ways you can get involved and register your interest

How can we help you?

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We're here to help every aspect of your membership, from becoming professionally qualified, to advice and marketing support in running an event. If you've got a question, or want some help, you can call, email or drop us a line on social media.

Find out how you can contact us

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