The Barbican Residents Consultation Committee (RCC) advocates for and represents Barbican Leaseholders and Freeholders in Landlord & Tenant issues. It is consulted by the City of London Corporation on matters including services provided, service levels and service charges, before proposals go to the Barbican Residential Committee (BRC).

The BRC is the City Committee of Elected Representatives that oversees the management of all residential premises and ancillary accommodation on the Barbican Estate. In fulfilling those purposes, it has regard to any representations made to it by the RCC.


Membership consists of a representative from each House Group and the Chair of the Barbican Association. Each year, members elect the Chair and two Deputy Chairs.

Chairs of Working Parties (see below) attend RCC meetings.


RCC meeting are held quarterly. Calendars, agendas, and papers can be found on the City of London’s website. Recordings of meetings can be found on YouTube. RCC meetings may be attended by the public and are live streamed to view online.

At each meeting, relevant City Officers, including key Barbican Estate Office (BEO) staff, attend to explain proposals, answer questions, and receive feedback from RCC members.

RCC Working Parties

The RCC is supported by working parties:

Residents with specialist knowledge and experience are particularly welcome to join working parties.

Please get in touch with your House Group Chair if you are interested.