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ADMISSION PROCEDURE FOR VISITORS TO RHQ AT HM TOWER OF LONDON IP: 184.108.40.206 Posted on 16/3/2016 at 15:43:57 by Dennis Laverick For RHQ
ADMISSION PROCEDURE FOR VISITORS TO RHQ AT HM TOWER OF LONDON
Due to security requirements and a planned revised layout of the West Gate entry point of HM Tower of London all visitors to RHQ must adhere to the following:
Regardless of status all personnel visiting RHQ must arrange the visit in advance in order to allow visitor details to be submitted to the TOL Business Reception (TOL BR) (formerly the Pass Office). Entry will only be granted if the TOL BR have received the advanced visitor details. This applies to all whether serving, retired or civilian. Possession of an MOD 90, MOD Civilian ID Card or Association Membership Card will not be sufficient to gain access. The following procedure is to be followed:
If the arranged visit is prior to 1900 hrs.
Arrange visit with the member of RHQ you are visiting.
Host will notify TOL BR of your visit details.
On arrival at HM Tower of London, report to the TOL BR. This is a small Tudor style cottage 15 metres across from the West Gate situated beside the currency exchange booth (river side).
The reception staff will issue a photo visitors pass if your visit has been notified to them.
Proceed to the middle drawbridge (West Gate access during the day is currently suspended for non-paying visitors until 3rd April).
Present pass to security personnel. Once again it is stressed other passes will not be valid for entry into the Tower.
On being granted entry, proceed straight to RHQ.
Colonel (Retd) J W Denny MBE
When there are large groups attending a function at RHQ, the procedure is the same other than rather than call in at the TOR, report direct to the middle drawbridge security staff who will have a list of those who have been pre-booked in.
If the visit is after 1900 hrs (when the Tower is closed to tourists). Follow the same procedure but enter through the West Gate.
If anyone is unsure of the procedure explained in this notice, please ask a member of RHQ to confirm at the time you are arranging your visit.
It is important that visitors co-operate with staff to make this a quick and effective process.
On the 4 April Tower entrances will return to normal and a review of these new arrangements will be undertaken. However, It is likely that the new entry procedures will be adopted. Replies: There have been no replies.