The vacancies become available in April next year. The provisions of the Institute’s constitution require that, every year, two of the council’s six elected members must stand down and two new members appointed by election of the membership.
“I would like to encourage anyone interested in getting more involved in the Institute to consider standing for Council and joining the Board of Trustees who play a key role in helping the Institute to remain relevant and initiate new areas of work,” writes IoR president Graeme Maidment on the Institute’s website.
Nominations must be supported by two existing members and submitted using the form available at www.ior.org.uk/executivecouncil by December 31.
There is guidance about the role of elected council members at www.ior.org.uk/executivecouncil.