The GLERA committee is made up of tenants and leaseholders with a target of 50/50 representation across leaseholders and tenants. The committee meets at least four times a year. If you're interested in being on the committee, contact the Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
GLERA has the power to affiliate to any body whose objectives are of benefit to the membership. The GLERA constitution can be found here and the roles and responsibilities of the committee members are summarised here.
Useful documents and resident information can be found here.
GLERA committee members 2019/2020
Tim Godsmark - Chair
Vernon Ashford - Treasurer
Anne Corbett; David Cox; Aziz Henache; Charles Humphries; Sue Lyon; Maria Prior
If you wish to contact the committee please email email@example.com, or leave a message in the GLERA box in the Estate Office and we will ensure that you receive a response.
GLERA Meetings 2020
All residents are welcome to join and observe committee meetings.
The meetings all follow the same outline agenda, as set out below:
2. Agreement of minutes
3. Matters arising
4. Major projects
5. Maintenance and repairs
6. GLERA/CoL governance and communication
7. 'Quality of life'/community projects
8. Any other business
9. Dates for future meetings
Minutes from all meetings can be found here.
GLERA Sub-committees, supported groups and campaigns
RCS/CoLPAI Sub-committee - contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Barbican and Golden Lane Conservation Area
Community Centre Steering Group - contact email@example.com
Golden Baggers - contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Bernard Morgan House Group
GLERA Commissioned Reports
February 2018: Proposed Conservation Area Barbican / Golden Lane - Historical Context by Alec Forshaw, town planner, urban designer and conservation officer with the London Borough of Islington from 1975 to 2007.
January 2018: City of London Conservation Area Consultation report by Robinson Wild Consulting commissioned by GLERA and the Barbican Association.
2017: An Appraisal of COLPAI by Alec Forshaw, town planner, urban designer and conservation officer with the London Borough of Islington from 1975 to 2007.
November 2014: A Collated Response by Golden Lane Residents to the City of London’s Draft Housing Strategy for 2014 – 2019, sent to the Community and Children's Services Committee.
October 2014: A report prepared by Peter Luckham on behalf of GLERA on the status of High Speed Broadband on Golden Lane Estate.
Download the history of the Golden Lane Owner's Association (GLOA), predecessor to GLERA.