The subscription year runs from 1 April to 31 March the following year
Subscription renewals are usually circulated in February and are due by 1 April
Subscription bands are based on your grade of accreditation
Concessionary rates are available for anyone earning less that the recommended minimum salary level for their grade of accreditation (see below for more information)
If you are planning to upgrade your accreditation you will still need to renew your subscription at your current grade and then we will request the additional amount due once you have upgraded
Student members can continue to pay the Student subscription category for up to one year after your graduation date
Your username will be your 'First name Last name'. If you have forgotten your password and need to reset this please follow the instructions found under the downloadable files below
We do not store credit card details nor do we share financial details with any 3rd parties
Subscription fees for 1 April 2020 to 31 March 2021 for Euro and Australian Dollar currency conversions, please see downloadable files below
If you have subscribed to the Historic Environment Journal there is an additional £36.00 annual fee further details below
There are four issues per year available to CIfA members at the reduced annual subscription of £36.00 (a discount of 53% off the usual subscription price of £78.00). Taylor & Francis also include access to content online for past volumes.
If you would like to subscribe to the journal, please add the Journal subscription option when renewing.
Concessionary rates must be re-applied for each subscription year. If you do not have documentation to support your concessionary application we will accept a signed covering letter explaining your circumstances.
If you are an accredited member (PCIfA, ACIfA and MCIfA) and your income is less than the minimum salary for your grade you can apply for a concessionary rate. For example; you may be an Associate (ACIfA) member of the Institute and expected to pay the ACIfA annual fee, but if you are employed in a post that has PCIfA-level responsibility and pay you would then be able to apply for a reduction in your subscription fee to the rate paid by a PCIfA member. If you are earning less than the PCIfA minimum salary then you can apply for a further reduction to the low income category or the unemployed or earning less than £10,000 category. If you work part-time, you would also be eligible for a concessionary rate if your income does not meet the relevant recommended scale.
Claiming tax back on fees
You can claim tax relief on your subscription if you are a UK tax payer as well.
You will now find us under 'A' on the HM Revenue & Customs approved list