BECOMING A MEMBER
All who seek Membership must first apply for Associate status. Associates may be invited to become Members of the Association by the General Committee when the Committee is satisfied that the person has participated actively in Association events and enjoys the continuing confidence of Proposer / Seconder or Referees. Members who are no longer in general practice and have been in full membership for at least five years can become Retired Members. Those deemed as worthy of membership by reason of their special eminence, distinction or special interest in matters relating to ecclesiastical architecture can be made Honorary Members.
Correspondents are those who wish to maintain contact with EASA either on their own account or because of their connection with organisations with which the Association wishes to maintain contact (e.g. DAC secretaries).
Membership is not available to allied professionals such as quantity surveyors or engineers, whose responsibilities and professional needs are seen to be distinct and beyond the scope of this Association.
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