fbe Membership Types
Minimum Age: 21 yrs+
Annual Subscription: £138 plus VAT
You must be suitably qualified and/or have relevant experience and work in or for an organisation operating within the Built Environment; for example, construction, consulting, engineering, property, development, etc
Age range: 18 - 30 yrs
Annual Subscription: £69 plus VAT
Forum for tomorrow membership is for people who have just started out in the Construction industry and are new to networking.
Minimum Age: 65yrs+
Annual Subscription : £50.00
To qualify individuals must have been a member or a fellow for a minimum of 5 years.
fbe Membership Criteria
The fbe reserves the right to limit applications within certain disciplines to ensure that we maintain a balanced membership. The membership criteria for the fbe applies to any new applications and is not a retrospective policy. All applications will be approved by a Director of the fbe as designated by the Board and their decision will be final.
The fbe membership year runs from 1st March to 28th February. Membership fees are pro-rata from April to November each membership year. Thereafter members who apply from:
- 1st December pay for 15 months membership.
- 1st January 14 months membership.
- 1st February new members pay for 13 months membership.
This will bring you in line with the fbe membership renewal cycle for the following year. See all our membership types and criteria below:
You are eligible to become a member of the fbe if you work for an organisation engaged in construction, property or development within the built environment; have a recognised professional qualification or can show demonstrable relevant learning.
We welcome applications from throughout the industry, including:
- Construction– contractors / subcontractors
- Consultants– architects, designers, project managers, surveyors, engineers, and planners. (this list is not exhaustive)
- Property- commercial owners, agents, developers, lawyers, investors, Local authorities, and RSLs;
You can be in the middle of your career progression or a Director / Partner in industry. All can gain from membership from graduates up to CEO.
Please note: applications to join the fbe can be processed quicker when they have been supported by an existing member or a member of a branch or regional committee.
All applications to become a fbe member should ideally be supported by an existing member or a member of the local branch committee.
Applications received from individuals in Education and IT or operating in non-core disciplines / 2nd tier suppliers such as product sales, PR, legal, accountancy, insurance and finance and other such disciplines will be subject to approval by the appropriate Regional Director and Branch Chairman (and as such may be subject to a slight delay in processing).