Fellowship is one of the highest professional attainments in the Institute. Fellows are members who have satisfied the Governing Council of the Institute that they have made a major personal contribution to the profession to further the science and art of planning for the benefit of the public. Admission into the college of fellows is by nomination by corporate members and determination by the Governing Council
Corporate Membership is the foremost membership category within the Institute and is open to planners who have reached a required standard of knowledge, skill and professional responsibility. Admission into Corporate Membership is by Induction upon meeting the specified qualification criteria
Graduate Membership is available to planners who have attained the relevant profession planning qualification, but who have not, as yet, obtained the necessary experience to qualify for Corporate Membership. Admission into graduate membership is by application accompanied by submission of the relevant professional academic certificates
Student membership is only open to those who are currently undertaking a course in planning which meets the educational requirements of the Institute. Admission into student status is by application accompanied by proof of registration in a relevant professional planning course
Technical Membership is for skilled and experienced technical, administrative enforcement or staff engaged in key planning activities but who are not eligible, by level of academic qualification, for professional membership. Admission is by
Visiting membership is open to a person who is in Kenya for not more than three (3) years and has met requirements for affiliate membership and fulfilled such eligibility criteria as prescribed in the Institute’s rules and regulation.
Associates do not require any professional planning qualification, experience or educational attainment but must demonstrate that they have an interest in planning and want to be involved and have an established working relationship with the profession