RIBA Council election results 2009

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has announced the results of the RIBA Council Elections 2009.The six nationally elected seats were awarded to the following, who will sit on Council for a three-year term from 2009 – 2012:

• John Assael

• Sir Sydney Chapman

• Tzena James

• Paul Fletcher

• Alan Shingler

• Peter Stewart

The following have been appointed as Regional Council Members, they will also serve a three-year term:

• East Midlands - Derek Cottrell and William Smedley • North East - Peter Udall and Dolan Conway • North West - Matt Brook and Simone Ridyard • Yorkshire - Ian Collins and Gerard Bareham

The RIBA is governed by a body of sixty trustees, elected from among the RIBA membership, the majority of whom are chartered architects. Chaired by the President, Council meets four times annually and is ultimately responsible for the conduct and development of the institute

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