How to become a member of IAREP

The most important way in which IAREP works is as an informal network of friends and colleagues, which successfully crosses national and disciplinary borders. Many research publications have originated in the cross-fertilization of ideas that occurs when people of different backgrounds meet and discuss common problems with an open mind.

Participants of our annual conference are automatically members until the end of the next conference. Individuals who would like to become a member without conference participation can do so by following the procedure described below. Memberships are valid until the end of the second conference following the payment.

On becoming a member of IAREP you will be invited to join our email list serv, IAREP-NET to receive news from fellow members and the IAREP Managing Committee. Only members can send announcements on this list. You will also receive via this means IAREP’s twice-yearly Newsletter, edited by our Honorary Secretary, information on how to vote for IAREP officers, and notice of IAREP meetings for members. Only IAREP members are eligible to apply for event funding.

New members should read our privacy policy on our website,, and information on how IAREP is organized on the “What is IAREP?” and “IAREP officials” sections of the website.


To become a member, all you need to do is to pay the membership fee as described below. We will then add you to our membership list. After payment, you will automatically receive a receipt from Paypal.
If you need a separate confirmation of membership and payment, please do contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.e and we will send you another confirmation document.
Leonhard Lades, IAREP Treasurer

University College Dublin
School of Architecture Planning and Environmental Policy

  • Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland
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Membership fee payment

We distinguish between Full and Reduced annual memberships. Reduced membership fees apply to students (to proof the PhD student status, the URL of the official webpage of their university needs to be emailed) and residents in low income, lower-middle -income, and upper-middle-income economies as defined by the World Bank (

Full membership is €60 and Reduced membership is €15.

You can pay your membership fee by bank transfer, debit or credit card, or your PayPal account.

If you require an invoice, please email our Treasurer Leonhard Lades (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

To directly pay via PayPal please click on the Pay Now button below.

Fee types

After the payment has been confirmed, we will send you a confirmation of payment via e-mail.
For further information regarding the payment of the membership fee, please contact Leonhard Lades.