Becoming an IRRV Member
The IRRV is the largest professional institution operating in the field of revenues, benefits and valuation. IRRV Member grades are structured in a way to ensure that there is a grade of membership for everyone working in local authorities and public and private sector valuation. Most new members will join the IRRV as one of two grades - as an Affiliate or Student.
The Institute keeps its members informed of current issues and provides opportunities for further professional and personal development and the sharing of best practice. Its qualifications and Continuing Professional Development scheme are designed to meet the needs of members at every stage of their careers and its conferences and meetings offer opportunities for networking with other professionals from the UK and overseas. A thriving network of Associations is one of IRRV's main strengths. The Associations organise programmes of professional and social activities that take place regionally and provide the opportunity for members to become more involved in the work of the Institute.
Benefits of Membership
There are many benefits of being an IRRV Member. Download the Membership Includes leaflet to find out what you receive in return for your membership subscription.
Membership Grades and Prices
The IRRV is the largest professional institution operating in the field of revenues, benefits and valuation. IRRV Member grades are structured in a way to ensure that there is a grade of membership for everyone working in local authorities and public and private sector valuation. Download the membership grades and prices leaflet to find out which grade is right for you.
Guidance on the Professional Project Assessment route to Corporate Membership can be found in the Professional Project Assessment leaflet
Did you know?
You may be able to claim tax relief on your membership subscription. Download the Tax Relief membership briefing guide to find out how or go to http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/incometax/relief-subs.htm for more information.
How to join
Anyone wishing to become a member of the IRRV should complete the membership application form and return it, with photocopies of relevant certificates, to:
The Membership Officer
303-306 High Holborn
Subscription payments may be made by cheque, credit card (Visa or Mastercard only), or by direct debit. You must enclose a payment form with your membership subscription. Please see the payment guide for help in calculating your membership fees.
Please note student members sitting examinations need to be an active member of the Institute for the period up until 31st December when they apply for, sit examinations and/or receive their results. Anyone wishing to cancel their membership must do so in writing by contacting the membership team at email@example.com .
Members are requested to observe the provisions of the Memorandum and Articles of Association of the IRRV, the Code of Conduct for members and the rules and regulations of the Institute. These are available from IRRV HQ on request.
Membership queries should be directed to the Membership Officer in writing at the above address, by telephone on 020 7691 8996, or by email on firstname.lastname@example.org.