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What is the Cromwell Tower House Group?

 The Cromwell Tower House Group is the body recognised by the City of London and the Barbican Association as representing the residents of Cromwell Tower.  

 All Cromwell residents are encouraged to join. To join the House Group at any time, please contact Frances Calman (flat 232). The joining fee is currently £5 per flat. This is a once-off payment. There is no annual fee. The Annual General Meeting is in November or December each year and is open to all members of the House Group.

 Between the Annual General Meetings, issues that arise are addressed by the Cromwell Tower House Group Committee, whose names are listed on this link. This is a group of Cromwell residents, elected at the Annual General Meeting, who give their time to address issues affecting the Tower. We generally meet once a quarter. Minutes of these meetings are circulated to all flats in the Tower. We also meet members of the Barbican Estate Office and other organisations, as needed, to represent the interests of Cromwell Tower residents. If you would like to serve on the Committee, or raise an issue, or would like to participate in the resolution of any of the items described in the minutes, please contact the Chairman, John Tomlinson (flat 133), or any other Committee member.

What is this website?

This website is set up and maintained by Jane Northcote, current Secretary of the Cromwell Tower House Group.

It contains Minutes of Meetings, and other public information relevant to the Cromwell Tower House Group. Recent information has been loaded first. Historic and archive information will be loaded when I have time. 

If you have expertise in websites and would like to change or improve this website, you will be very welcome. Please contact me directly (Flat 162) or by email. If you spot an error, or would like to add information, please email me:

Jane@JaneNorthcote.com 

Technical Information

This website is made on WordPress.

It is publicly available and contains no confidential information.

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