A venue has yet to be found for the meeting as the Great Hall at the institute’s headquarters, Moorgate Place, will be undergoing refurbishment.
Prior to the meeting, the institute will be arranging special meetings with each of the 22 district societies to discuss the issues.
Don Heady, co-organiser of the special meeting, said: ‘It’s a pity the institute could not have done this several months ago, but we are happy to assist with its damage limitation programme.’
Heady added he felt the strength of feeling over the district society reforms was growing as people realised exactly what was happening to the societies.
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