LowCVP invites nominations for election to Board of Directors
Mon 20 November 2017 | Back to news list
The LowCVP is in the process of holding elections to appoint new members to its Board of Directors. Elected Board positions are for a three-year term, with re-election possible. Prospective directors have to be nominated from within their stakeholder group. Nominations for Board positions are due by 5 December.
Each director's commitment is to contribute to quarterly board meetings, usually held in London, and to support the Partnership's key strategic activities. Having a strong Board of senior figures is key to the effective governance and strategy of the Partnership and to maintain its credibility and standing within both government and industry. This elected role also provides significant opportunity and a valuable perspective for those elected and for the organisations they represent.
One position is available in the following six LowCVP stakeholder groups:
Automotive manufacturers – incumbent willing to stand again
Automotive supplier, consultant or technology provider or after service – incumbent willing to stand again
Fuel or energy supplier - incumbent standing down
Environmental, academic and other organisations – incumbent standing down
Public sector (including trusts, agencies NDPBs and local government) – incumbent willing to stand again
Transport operators and consumer organisation – incumbent standing down
Any member that has paid their annual subscription to the LowCVP may nominate a representative to stand for election and to subsequently vote.
Nomination Forms are due by 5 December 2017.
For contested positions, electronic elections will be held from: 6-20 December 2017 with election results available to candidates and members on 21 December.
For more information, please contact the LowCVP Secretariat.
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