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Election results announced

25 November 2013

The RTPI has held its annual elections for the Vice-President, the Board of Trustees and the General Assembly.

Your continued participation ensures that we have a healthy and vibrant Institute that fully represents the profession.

Andrew Taylor, Chair of the Board, thanked all who took part:

“I want to congratulate the successful candidates, but also importantly to thank the unsuccessful candidates and RTPI members who voted. Your continued participation ensures that we have a healthy and vibrant Institute that fully represents the profession.”

The results are:

Vice President 2014

Janet Askew is elected as Vice President for 2014 and will become President in 2015.

Board of Trustees - Chartered Members

Four places were available on the Board of Trustees for Chartered Members. The following are elected for 2014 and 2015:

Iram Mohammed, Ann Skippers, Martin Taylor, Phil Williams

Board of Trustees - Trustee to represent Young Planners

Charlotte Morphet is elected unopposed for 2014 and 2015.

General Assembly – Chartered Members

Fourteen places for Fellows and Ordinary Members were available on the General Assembly.  The following are elected for 2014 and 2015:

John Acres, Janet Askew, Samer Bagaeen, Peter Burley, Marion Chalmers, Clive Coyne, David Edmondson, Mike Hayes, Colin Haylock, Meeta Kaur, Hazel McKay, Janet O'Neill, Bob Reid, Ann Skippers.

General Assembly - Student/Licentiate Members

Three places were available for Student/Licentiate Members on the General Assembly. Phoebe Juggins, Yvonne Wilday and Shafqut Zahoor are elected unopposed for 2014 and 2015.

General Assembly – Legal Associate Member

One place was available for a Legal Member or Legal Associate representative on the General Assembly. Morag Thomson is elected for 2014 and 2015.

  • For more information about the results, please visit our elections page.