We, and hundreds of our members across a range of disciplines and different sized companies, are passionate about creating better, more sustainable buildings.
The more of us that are engaged in this aspect of construction the better and consequently The Green Register seeks to improve the work of all our members and delegates as much as we can. We do this through our events’ content and facilitating opportunities to network and through our membership package.
By becoming a Green Register member you will support both the work we are doing and give you or your company the opportunity to access the following benefits:
- Discounted delegate fees for you/your staff on our training events and CPD sessions
- Promotion of your business through The Green Register’s online Register of Members
- Use of The Green Register logo on your stationery and website
- Discounts on events run by collaborative organisations
- Free subscription to Passive House + magazine
- Certificate of Membership
- Sharing and promotion of your work through social media
- Opportunities to network with like-minded individuals
So, if that sounds good, why not come and join us and hundreds more and so enable us to continue promoting sustainable building practices across the UK. Here's why some of our existing members joined:
The Green Register's seminars and courses are practical, targeted and allow access to a wide range of construction issues facing professionals today. There is a depth of knowledge displayed by the presenters that would be difficult to surpass. - Bridget Sheppard - Architect
I joined TGR because I want to learn what the best practices for our industry are as 90% of our time in spent inside buildings - I'm keen to make buildings as healthy and pleasant to occupy or visit as I can. - Chloe Bullock – Interior Designer
Before The Green Register’s formation I had to scour the magazines and internet for keeping up with green issues, building materials, courses etc. Since it started, I consult their website and pick my course or consultant and done! Additionally, I always get a cheerful response and other members are usually on the same wavelength. - Charles Clutterbuck - Architect
Our practice strives to bring principles of sustainable design to our all our projects -membership of the Green Register and attendance at their training events is central to keeping abreast of current thinking, and being able to develop a rigorous approach to the use of green technologies in our work - Chris Askew – Askew Cavanna Architects
To become a member of The Green Register you must first attend one of our professional training events with us.
Please see our Events section for events near you.