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A modern and inclusive, not for profit member organisation, SoLR brings together people who deliver and people who benefit from the practice of Land Referencing, to form a community, facilitate the growth of our industry and support careers.

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What is Land
Referencing?

Land Referencing is the practice of identifying and classifying persons and organisations holding legal interests and rights over land which is subject to development, but there's a bit more to it than that...

Upcoming Events

  • Making an application for Chartered Geographer - introductory webinar
    Free Webinar | Open to all Chartered Geographer is the Society's professional accreditation for those using their geographical skills, knowledge and understanding in the workplace.
  • Who & what to include in a Book of Reference? How diligent must we be?
    CPD | Free for members | Suitable for all levels Who – and what – need to be included in a Book of Reference? How diligent must you be in producing one? And how will you be examined on the contents afterwards?
  • Chartered Geographer application accelerator (4 sessions)
    Free webinar | Open to all "The accelerator programme made the application process for chartership straight forward and manageable. The sessions were short and clear on the requirements needed for the different application elements. I highly recommend the accelerator programme"

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Read more about apprenticeships, the Level 4 Land Referencer Apprenticeship and how to recruit apprentices into your organisation.

 

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