Join the Society

Members receive

  • Two issues annually of Landscape History.

  • Online access to the Landscape History archive.

  • Online access to an additional journal (International Journal of Heritage Studies).

  • Two issues annually of the Society’s newsletter.

  • Discounted rates for attendance at the Society’s annual conference and field meetings.

How to join

You can join online, and either pay by credit card or bank transfer (form below), or you can use our paper application form.

Further information from the Membership Secretary, Dr Mark Riley, Department of Geography and Planning, 413, Roxby Building, University of Liverpool, L69 7ZT.


Subscription rate

The annual subscription rate is £30 for individuals and families.

Family membership is available to two members of one family living at the same address, who will jointly receive one copy of each edition of Landscape History and the newsletter.

The annual subscription runs from 1 January until 31 December each year. Members joining during the year receive all the publications for that calendar year.

Gift Aid

The Society is a registered charity, and so if you are a UK taxpayer the Gift Aid scheme allows us to reclaim the tax that you have already paid on your subscription. This means that the value of your subscription is considerably increased, but at no cost to you. All you have to do is to complete the declaration at the end of the application form.

The amount of tax that you pay in any one tax year needs to be at least equal to the total amount that will be reclaimed on all your Gift Aid donations. You should not make a declaration if you are claiming your subscription as an expense against tax.

Application form – Pay by Bank Transfer

Please enter your details below; once completed you will be sent the BACS information. If you have any questions please contact our Membership Secretary;

Protecting your data

The Society for Landscape Studies is a registered data user under the Data Protection Act 1984, and is committed to upholding the eight Data Protection Principles of good information handling practice.