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News: May 2018

  • May 29, 2018

    Bike Week 2018

    Don’t miss out on an exclusive opportunity to celebrate the launch of the UK’s biggest cycling awareness week; Bike Week 2018 (9-17 June) and the All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group Bike Ride.

  • Highways Awards 2018

    The Highways Awards are now in their 15th year showcasing the highways industry’s innovation and expertise.

  • May 14, 2018

    GDPR and IHE

    You will be aware that the new regulations known as GDPR come into effect from 25 May 2018. IHE as a membership organisation hold data relating to members and as such must fully comply with the new regulations.

  • IHE Training and Professional Development

    Members will receive a copy of the new IHE training and professional development brochure with the next edition of Highways.

  • Highways Cards launch for IHE members

    We will shortly be launching the new Highways Card which will be free to all IHE members. It is hoped that the card will represent the industry mark of competence for highway professionals.

  • Notice of Annual General Meeting (AGM)

    Notice is hereby given that the 45th Annual General Meeting of the members of the Institute of Highway Engineers Limited will be held at 1.45pm or immediately after the EGM at Top of the City Norwich City Football Club, Carrow Road, Norwich  NR1 1JE.

  • Council Vacancies

    IHE is always looking for new members to join Council and add their own personal skills to running our dynamic organisation.

  • Professional Development Partnership

    IHE will be launching a new Professional Development Partnership arrangement with current and future companies and organisations which will enhance the strong relationship we have with many members of industry and the public sector.

  • May 2, 2018

    Don’t sacrifice pedestrian space for roadworks

    Pedestrian and disability campaign groups as well as experts across the highways sector have responded to news that the Secretary of State plans to make pavements the default location for new utility infrastructure, to cut down on roadworks and potholes.

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