Have your say and use your vote in the 2016 ICE Council Election

The 2016 ICE Council Elections are now open, so please use your vote.

Have your say and use your vote in the ICE Council elections.
Have your say and use your vote in the ICE Council elections.

Why should I vote?

ICE Council is made up of our members and directs the long-term strategy for the Institution.

The Council Election is your opportunity to choose the right people to shape ICE's future. We will need visionary thinkers to help us achieve our long-term ambitions that benefit the civil engineering profession as well as society.

Who can I vote for?

30 candidates were nominated by members to stand for the 13 vacancies on Council this year.

Read what the candidates have to say about what they believe ICE should focus on and how they could make a difference.

How do I vote?

All members who are eligible to vote and are registered with MyICE will have received an email from ice@electoralreform.co.uk with a link to the voting site and details on how to vote.

If you are not registered with a valid email address, or if you have opted out of voting online, the ballot papers have been sent to you by post.

ICE has chosen to use Electoral Reform Services (ERS) as the independent scrutineer to administer the vote and to ensure the integrity of the ballot.

If you don't receive your ballot email / or pack in the post, or you have any questions about how to vote, please contact customerservices@electoralreform.co.uk or council@ice.org.uk.

Voting is open until 12 July 2016.

More information

Find out more about ICE Council and this year's Council Elections. If you have any questions please contact council@ice.org.uk.