Membership fees changing on 1 June

2nd May 2014

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IEMA's membership joining and renewal fees are set to rise by £2 a year

IEMA’s membership joining and renewal fees are set to change from 1 June.

A standard £2 increase will be applied to Graduate, Affiliate, Associate, Full and Fellow memberships due for renewal on or after that date.

Student membership is exempt from the increase as a concessionary introductory rate applies.

New members who apply on or after 1 June will also have to pay the £2 increase.

Membership fees – excluding any additional specialist register or Chartered environmentalist subscriptions – will be charged at the following annual rates:

  • Graduate – £52.
  • Affiliate – £112.
  • Professional levels (Associate, Full and Fellow) – £147.

Standard IEMA membership fees are exempt from VAT.

Any member whose annual renewal is due before 1 June will have already received their 2014 renewal information, and will be charged at the current rate. Any member whose renewal is due on or after that date will be advised of their exact fee for their 2014/15 subscription during the normal renewal process.

For full details of all the membership levels visit:


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