City of London Corporation

The City of London Corporation (until 2006 the Corporation of London) is the municipal governing body of the City of London (the "Square Mile").

The City of London Corporation is formally named the Mayor and Commonalty and Citizens of the City of London, thus including the Lord Mayor, the Court of Aldermen, the Court of Common Council and the Freemen and Livery of the City.

Read more about City Of London CorporationHistory, Local Authority Role, The High Officers and Other Officials, Elections, The Court of Aldermen, The Court of Common Council, The Lord Mayor and The Sheriffs, Ceremonies and Traditions, Conservation Areas and Green Spaces, Education, Criticism

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London Metropolitan Archives - Collections - City of London Corporation
... The records that were formerly held by the Corporation of London Record Office and now held at the LMA have been re-catalogued and are now arranged in two distinct sections ... and corporate records of the City of London Corporation ... Aldermen and Common Council, records of those receiving the freedom of the City of London from the Chamberlains department as well as numerous plans from the ...
City Of London Corporation - Criticism - Remembrancer
... The official role of the Remembrancer is to "maintain and enhance the City's status and ensure that its established rights are safeguarded" which is interpreted by Shaxson ... Nicholas Shaxson calls the Remembrancer the City's "official lobbyist in parliament" the Remembrancer is privileged to sit opposite the Speaker in the ...

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