Renewal fees frozen in 2016

5th May 2016

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Megan Thomas

IEMA has announced a freeze in membership renewal fees for 2016.

Most membership bodies apply annual inflationary price increases to help meet increasing overheads and support future development. IEMA typically applies annual increases on 1 June each year. But, with IEMA unveiling a new membership structure next month, the institute has decided to retain renewal fees at the 2015 rate for the remainder of the year to avoid any confusion or added expense for members. Fees will be kept at the current rate until 1 January 2017. Full details about the fee levels in 2017 will be revealed from October. Current fees are:













GACSO plus IEMA non-professional level membership – Student, Graduate or Affiliate


GACSO plus IEMA professional level membership – Associate, Full or Fellow


Chartered environmentalist SocEnv renewal


Chartered environmentalist renewal administration


Under the new membership structure, more than 8,000 current Associate members will have the opportunity to transition to the new Practitioner grade (PIEMA), which IEMA has developed to reflect the level of knowledge and experience of members who have responsibilities for environment and sustainability at a practical level. Associates who opt to become a PIEMA and whose renewal falls over the next six months will be charged the existing Associate rate (£152) for the rest of the year.

Visit for a detailed price list of all joining, administration and renewal fees.


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