IEMA currently operates the following three specialist registers. Please click on the headings for more details.
IEMA Registered Auditors
The Environmental Auditors Register has been in operation for over ten years and is internationally recognised. The register currently has over 1,650 auditors listed in over 50 countries worldwide.
IEMA Environmental Impact Assessor
The EIA Practitioner Register scheme was developed between 1999 and 2002 and launched at IEMA's Annual Conference in April 2002. The scheme is the result of extensive international consultations and a pilot exercise in which all the major elements in the scheme were tested. The scheme is aimed at all those currently involved in EIA activities from consultants and developers to environmental regulators, both in the UK and internationally.
Specialist in Land Condition (SiLC)
In 1999 the Urban Task Force led by Lord Rogers published the report “Working Towards Renaissance”, championing a holistic approach to urban regeneration, part of which recommended the introduction of a standardised documentation describing the condition of brownfield sites as part of any transaction process. Following consultation across a broad range of organisations, property developers and government, the Land Condition Report (LRC) was launched, supported by a quality assurance sign off system by an accredited professional. To meet this need the Specialist in Land Condition (SiLC) registration scheme was introduced; a register for experienced practitioners from a diverse range of professional bodies working in the brownfield regeneration sector and advising on land condition matters.