Subscription Rates and Fees
For the latest subscription rates please download the files below:
Please note all subscription fees run on an annual basis from 1st January to 31st December each year and are not prorated.
How to pay online
To make payment online please login to MyCIBSE.
Click on Make a Payment on the Profile page.
Select which subscriptions you wish to pay by putting a tick in the box next to each subscription. The total amount you will be paying will be displayed at the bottom.
Click Pay Now to enter your credit card details and confirm your payment.
Once payment has been processed an email will be sent to you.
Download a copy of your Receipt/s by clicking on My Transactions on the Profile page.
Please download our MyCIBSE User Guide (PDF) if required or contact the Membership Team for help on +44(0)20 8772 3650 or email@example.com
Other ways to pay:
Pay by Credit Card over the phone by calling us on +44 (0)20 8772 3650
BACS / Online Banking
Payment can be made to:
Sort Code: 60-01-34
Bank Account: 21610010
Swift Code: NWBK GB2L
IBAN: GB50 NWBK 6001 3421 6100 10
Bank Account Name: CIBSE
National Westminster Bank plc, PO Box 368, 128 Balham High Road, London, SW12 9AE
Please give your membership number as the transaction reference and email firstname.lastname@example.org with your membership number, payment date, amount paid and include the bank remittance advice if available.
Cheque / Money Order / Bankers Draft
Cheques should be drawn on a UK bank account and made payable to CIBSE. Banker’s Drafts should also be made payable to CIBSE. Please write your membership number on the back of your cheque.
A discounted annual subscription is available to members who opt to pay by Direct Debit in one instalment. Please note that members must hold a UK bank account to pay by Direct Debit.
To sign up to a Direct Debit please download and return the completed payments form to email@example.com or post to Membership Subscriptions, CIBSE, 222 Balham High Road, SW12 9BS, UK.
If you have any questions regarding your membership or wish to speak to the membership team please contact us:
Phone: +44(0)20 8772 3650
I can’t login to the CIBSE Website
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and provide us with your full name, membership number and valid email address. Someone from the membership team will assist you.
I have logged in but can’t see my subscription fees?
If you do not have any charges in the Make a Payment section of MyCIBSE you may have used a different email address, to what we hold on our records, and created a duplicate login. Please contact us by email email@example.com or phone: +44(0)20 8772 3650 where we will be able to update/correct this for you.
I need an invoice for my company to make payment.
Your invoice/s can be downloaded from MyCIBSE. Once logged in click on Make a Payment on the profile page and then click each invoice number where you will have the option to print the invoice. Please ensure you print the invoices for ALL the subscriptions/fees you wish to pay.
Alternatively contact the membership team with your membership number, they can email the relevant invoices to you. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can I apply for a reduced subscription?
If you have retired from full time employment, are currently out of work on maternity/paternity leave or earning less than £7,500, you can apply for a reduced membership subscription fee. Please download the Reduced Rate of Membership Form here and return the completed form to email@example.com or post to Membership Subscriptions, CIBSE, 222 Balham High Road, SW12 9BS, UK.
The 2017 reduced subscription fee is £49.00 for members at all grades, plus any additional Engineering Council Registration reduced fee (if applicable). Please visit www.cibse.org/fees for all EC reduced fees.
I am due to upgrade my membership in 2017 do I need to pay my subscription now?
Yes, if you are planning to upgrade your membership please ensure all your subscription fees are fully paid before upgrading. Once your new membership grade is confirmed any fees that have already been paid will be deducted from the amount due at that time.