Main Categories of Membership and Fees

There is an IRRV grade of membership for everyone working in local authorities and public and private sector valuation. Most new members of the IRRV will join as an Affiliate, Student, Corporate or Honours member. Here are the 2022 fees:

Honours Members
have passed or been exempted from the Full Professional or Honours qualification 
£263
Fellow Membership is available to Honours members who have rendered specific service to the Institute £395
REV Membership with IRRV Honours membership - for practising Valuers £452

Diploma Members have passed the Diploma qualification

£226

Corporate Membership for Leading and Influential Practitioners

£226

Technician Members have passed the Level 3 Certificate, Scottish Certificate, RQF, QCF, SCQF, NVQ, SVQ or Technician qualification

£186

Student Members are studying for IRRV qualifications 

£125

RQF Candidate Members are working for RQF qualifications

RQF members pay an inclusive Qualification and membership fee— please enquire for details

Affiliate Members are non-IRRV qualified but have an interest in the fields covered by IRRV

£186

Retired Membership is available to eligible members who are no longer in any type of paid employment

Retired (Technician, Diploma, Corporate, Honours) pay annually or a one-off Life Retired fee. £59 or £289
Fellow Retired pay annually or a one-off Life Retired Fellow fee.  £87 or £427

Annual fees are calculated on a pro-rata basis (January-December)

Plus one-off entrance fee of £40.00         **£40.00 fee for re-joining members with outstanding fees

Join thousands of IRRV qualified members working in revenues/benefits and public/private sector valuation.

Fellow Membership

Who qualifies: This is a senior category and is aimed at current IRRV (Hons) members who have contributed to the Institutes activities.

  • membership of national Council,
  • service on a Faculty Board,
  • membership of Qualifications Management Board,
  • co-opted membership of a committee of Council,
  • close involvement with a local Association,
  • other service such as regular speaking engagements or mentoring of IRRV students.

Applicants should be actively working in one of the Institutes professional fields.

Retired Honours members who once met the above criteria are also eligible to apply and would be entitled to use the post nominal letters FIRRV Retired.

Benefits of membership:

  • Post nominal letters: FIRRV
  • Journals
  • Conferences and Professional Meetings
  • Faculties
  • Associations and Networks
  • Member Directory
  • Member website
  • Technical Enquiry Service
  • CPD
  • Information Services
  • Career Development
  • Certificate
  • IRRV Rewards Scheme

 

For full details of these benefits, click here.

Annual Subscription Fee£395.00 Current member / £87.00 Fellow Retired member

To apply for Fellow Membership, please contact the IRRV Membership Team.

 

Honours Membership

Who qualifies:

  • Certified RICS members
  • Full CIPFA members holding a senior post (i.e. Chief Officer, Head of Service or Chief Financial Officer)
  • Individuals who have achieved Honours by qualification (i.e. having submitted a dissertation and attended a viva voce).

Note: Persons not meeting the above criteria can apply for either Corporate or Affiliate membership.

Benefits of membership:

  • Post nominal letters: IRRV (Hons)
  • Journals
  • Conferences and Professional Meetings
  • Faculties
  • Associations and Networks
  • Member Directory
  • Member website
  • Technical Enquiry Service
  • CPD
  • Information Services
  • Career Development
  • Certificate
  • IRRV Rewards Scheme

 

For full details on these benefits, click here.

Annual Subscription Fee:  £263.00 Current member / £59.00 Honours Retired member

*Honours Membership is also available to holders of the Royal Agricultural University BSc (Hons) degree in Real Estate Valuation.

For further details of this course see http://www.rau.ac.uk/study/undergraduate-study/rural-land-property-management

 
Corporate Membership

Who qualifies: Senior Financial Officers, Client Officers in government, heads of revenues and benefits and senior postholders in appropriate public sector posts.  Applicants should have held their post for a substantial period (normally a minimum of five years). Non-UK Valuers who are full members of their national Valuation/Surveying professional body and have held a senior position in a relevant profession for a minimum period of five years, and UK valuers with similar seniority and experience, but who are not necessarily members of a professional body, may also apply for this category.

Members admitted under this category can pursue the Diploma and Honours scheme routes to obtain either IRRV (Dip) or IRRV (Hons)

Benefits of membership:

  • Post nominal letters: IRRV
  • Journals
  • Conferences and Professional Meetings
  • Faculties
  • Associations and Networks
  • Member Directory
  • Member website
  • Technical Enquiry Service
  • CPD
  • Information Services
  • Career Development
  • Certificate
  • IRRV Rewards Scheme

 

For full details on these benefits, click here.

Annual Subscription Fee:  £226.00 + £40.00 Joining Fee  / £59.00 Corporate Retired member

 

Diploma Membership

Who qualifies: Diploma membership is available to those who have passed the Institute’s qualifying Diploma examinations.

Benefits of membership:

  • Post nominal letters: IRRV (Dip)
  • Journals
  • Conferences and Professional Meetings
  • Faculties
  • Associations and Networks
  • Member Directory
  • Member website
  • Technical Enquiry Service
  • CPD
  • Information Services
  • Career Development
  • Certificate
  • IRRV Rewards Scheme

 

For full details on these benefits, click here.

Annual Subscription Fee:  £226.00 Current member / £59.00 Retired member

*Diploma Membership is also available to holders of the Royal Agricultural University Diploma in Real Estate Valuation.

For further details of this course see http://www.rau.ac.uk/study/undergraduate-study/rural-land-property-management

 

Technician Membership

Who qualifies: Technician membership is available to those who have passed the Level 3 Certificate, Scottish Certificate, QCF, SCQF, NVQ, SVQ or Technician qualification.

Benefits of membership:

  • Post nominal letters: Tech IRRV
  • Journals
  • Conferences and Professional Meetings
  • Faculties
  • Associations and Networks
  • Member Directory
  • Member website
  • Technical Enquiry Service
  • CPD
  • Information Services
  • Career Development
  • Certificate
  • IRRV Rewards Scheme

 

For full details on these benefits, click here.

Annual Subscription Fee:  £186.00 + £40.00 Joining Fee £59.00 Retired member

 

Affiliate

Who qualifies: Anyone who is currently non-IRRV qualified but has an interest in the fields covered by IRRV

Benefits of membership:

  • Journals
  • Conferences and Professional Meetings
  • Faculties
  • Associations and Networks
  • Member Directory
  • Member website
  • Technical Enquiry Service
  • CPD
  • Information Services
  • Career Development
  • IRRV Rewards Scheme

 

For full details on these benefits, click here.

Annual Subscription Fee:  £186.00 + £40.00 Joining Fee / £59.00 Retired member

 

Student

Who qualifies: Members admitted under this category will be studying for IRRV qualifications

Benefits of membership:

  • Journals
  • Conferences and Professional Meetings
  • Faculties
  • Associations and Networks
  • Member Directory
  • Member website
  • Technical Enquiry Service
  • CPD
  • Information Services
  • Career Development
  • IRRV Rewards Scheme

 

For full details on these benefits, click here.

Annual Subscription Fee:  £125.00 + £40.00 Joining Fee

 

How to join:

For further information please contact the membership department at membership@irrv.org.uk or telephone 0207 691 8996.

 


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