Policy Council elections
 

2020 Announcment

In the context of  extraordinary, unprecedented and challenging conditions facing the country, Dublin city, businesses  and Dublin Chamber itself, has made the decision to roll-over’ the year (2020) in order to allow the Honorary Officers and Council Members get the greatest benefit possible from an extended period in office which has been denied because of COVID19, and provide the stability and certainty needed to steer the Chamber through these challenging and uncertain times.  
 
The Board of Directors, working in the best interest of Dublin Chamber, resolved that the roll-over of Honorary Officer positions and Council positions will be rolled over for one year only.

Those holding the positions of President, Vice President and Deputy Vice President along with Council members will remain insitue throughout 2021.  View the listing here

There will be no Council Elections held in 2020/early 2021 and the next Policy Council Elections will be held from November 2021 through to voting in January 2022.

Within these pages you will find all information relating to the Council Elections including information about the key roles of Council within the Chamber's Lobbying Agenda.

The Council plays a key role in influencing and approving the Chamber’s lobbying agenda on behalf of fellow members. The Council is also responsible for electing the Chamber President.  The Elections are an important part of Dublin Chamber's democratic process and we urge members to make their vote count during any election period. 

The Council plays a key role in influencing and approving the Chamber’s lobbying agenda on behalf of fellow members. The Council is also responsible for electing the Chamber President. 
 
The Chamber looks to utilise the knowledge and experience of Council members to bring to life our Vision for Dublin 2050 and to further our ambition for Dublin to be a city renowned for its economic vitality and quality of life.

 

Through active participation on taskforces and at regular meetings, Council members are able to share their business acumen to inform decision–making on issues such as infrastructure development, business competitiveness and the annual Government budget.

Being elected to Council will provide you with a unique window into the Dublin business environment as you interact closely with fellow business leaders from across all sectors and industries. Council will also provide you with a real opportunity to influence Government on the issues that affect you, your business and your city.

With the exception of 2020, each year, 10 positions on Council are open to Members (only) we would encourage you to consider running for election or nominating a colleague and also voting in the elections in 2022. 



 


 Brendan Foster Dublin Chamber President 2017     Dublin Chamber Council