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The Ecclesiastical Architects & Surveyors' Association is a learned society founded in 1872 .......


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The Ecclesiastical Architects & Surveyors' Association is a learned society founded in 1872 to promote good standards of design and repair of ecclesiastical buildings, be they churches, chapels, halls, parsonage houses or similar buildings across all denominations.

Diocesan Surveyors, appointed under the 1972 Repair of Benefice Buildings Measure, are able to apply to become members of EASA. For more information, please click on this link EASA Brochure. Alternatively, please visit the EASA web site.

The Association encourages its members to take advantage of continuing professional development initiatives relative to their work on ecclesiastical buildings and ensures that its own meetings provide adequate and varied input to satisfy this requirement. The membership shares a desire to strive for excellence, to learn from each other and to improve the quality of service to their clients.

Today, it remains an entirely independent body, with a membership close to 500 and growing. The Association offers its accumulated knowledge and expertise to English Heritage, Diocesan and other church authorities, and societies with similar interests. It seeks to represent its members in the furtherance of its ideals of scholarship, high standards and good practice. It confers with the main denominations at high levels, as well as with kindred societies.

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