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Joining the Compulsory Purchase Association

Click here on why become a member?

Members are welcomed from the diverse range of professionals who are involved in CPO work.  The CPA has 4 membership groups:

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Member
– Open to any professional person who has an interest, and practices, in CPO work.  See the Constituton for the full definition.  £60 per member.
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Corporate – Open to public sector organisations - see the catagories listed below in the form.  The Constitution defines corporate.  
Corporate membership fees are £45 per member. This is a standardised corporate membership fee, regardless of the number of members within a company.
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Student
– Open to students in education & not employed full time.  £10 membership.
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Honorary - Is awarded by the National Committee, and this form is not applicable.

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There are three steps to becoming a member of the CPA.

1   Read the Constitution
click here for the constitution
2   Complete the member application form below
     or download a paper version
click here and post.
3   If you wish to pay via Standing Order,
click here

If you have any problems
click here

Notes on Payment
The membership year is 1 January to 31 December.
Prospective members joining after 10 October will be invited to become members from 1 January, effectively providing a 14 and a half month membership year.
If prospectve members want to pay via Standing Order, click here to get a Standing Order Mandate, which will need to be posted to the CPA office.


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