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Full Membership

Criteria: Full Membership of BIAZA is open to all licensed collections (collections in the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man have to undergo an inspection); however those organisations that have not reached the criteria expected of full membership may be able to become provisional members and work towards full membership. Application must be supported by two bona fide representatives of full members (but not from the same collection).

All applications for membership have to be approved by the Membership & Licensing Committee and Council. All applicants must agree to abide by the obligations of BIAZA. All full members are eligible to put themselves forward for nomination to Council thereby having a significant say in the way BIAZA works. 

Benefits of membership 

Cost: 2016  Membership rates per annum, commencing the date membership is ratified, is based on the number of visitors in the organisation as follows: £16.69 per 1,000 paying visitors. Please note that for the year of joining the rate for the remainder of the calendar year is charged. Rates for full membership are subject to inflation. VAT is added to all rates.

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