Become a member
SoLR is a society and is reliant on people joining together and collectively setting and delivering our objectives
1 - Apply
We accept applications from everyone who has a common interest in the occupation of Land Referencing; examples include:
Access and consent negotiators
Agricultural liaison officers
Archivists/ archival researchers
Data and business analysts
Data controllers and data processors
Data security and quality assurance practitioners
Land rights specialists
Legal professionals and parliamentary agents
Project promotors and sponsors
If you have any questions about membership, please contact us: hello@SoLR.org.uk
Select your membership subscription below. You'll be prompted to create an account.
Ask your employer if they can cover the cost of your subscription.
Member (UK Resident)£5050£UK Resident Membership (Discounted for 2024)Valid for one year
- For members based within the UK
Member(Non-resident)£2525£Non-UK Resident Membership (Discounted for 2024)Valid for one year
- For members based outside of the UK
Honorary Membership£00£Honorary membership of the Society of Land ReferencersFree Plan
SoLR Membership - Apprentices£00£Full membership of SoLR for land referencer apprentices.Valid for one year
SoLR Corporate 1 Year£00£1 year resident membership of SoLRValid for one year
Awarded free of charge to members deemed to have rendered long and/ or conspicuous service in the interests of the Society, at the discretion of the SoLR Board. Cannot exceed 5% of total membership
SoLR is a not-for-profit, guaranteed by our constitution, and run on a voluntary basis. The membership fees we collect can only be used to further the objectives of the Society.
As a member of SoLR, we hope you will be involved in choosing how we do this.
Our membership subscriptions run for a recurring 12 months, from when you join.
2 - Get involved and contribute to our community
SoLR is just getting established, so now is the ideal time to get actively involved and shape our future. We are establishing committees under each of our core objectives of community, industry and careers, to establish and deliver our objectives.
Ways you can be involved:
Promote the Society
Join a committee
Write a blog
Suggest an improvement
Draw on your wider network and arrange an industry presentation for members