Welcome to the Livery Committee

Livery Committee History

The Livery Committee commenced activities in July 1864. It was originally created with the purpose of organising and overseeing the elections of the Lord Mayor and Sheriffs at Common Hall....

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Livery Committee Briefings

The Livery Committee, supported by the Town Clerk's Department at the City of London, publish a bi-monthly newsletter called the Livery Briefing. The publication is distributed to all Livery Clerks...

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Roles and Nominations

Roles and responsibilities Members have the following roles and responsibilities - To join with the Committee in carrying out the work that Common Hall expects it to undertake, i.e. as...

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Livery Committee Constitution

Overview The Committee shall be called the "Livery Committee". Membership consists of 2 Aldermen, 6 Common Councilmen, 6 Liverymen and 6 Clerks; total 20 in all. The Term of office...

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Livery Committee Membership

Membership consists of 2 Aldermen, 6 Common Councilmen, 6 Liverymen and 6 Clerks; total 20 in all. Current members 2 Aldermen Sir Peter Estlin (Intl Banker) To be confirmed by...

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Livery Companies Liaison Scheme

The Livery Companies Liaison Scheme has the purpose to establish communication between the Livery Committee, the Livery Companies and their Masters or Prime Wardens, Courts and Clerks. It does not...

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Common Hall

Common Hall is the name by which the assemblies of Liverymen to elect the Lord Mayor, Sheriffs, and certain other officers, are known. Individual Livery Companies sometimes also refer to...

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