Registering on the London Lives site is free, and works through your Google Account. If you are already logged into Google you should be signed in automatically when you click on the sign in link. If you do not have a Google account, you will be prompted to create one.

London Lives has adopted this system in order to maximise site security. London Lives will not hold any information about your account.

Registering gives you access to an individual Workspace where you can keep documents you are working on; and it allows you to create Sets by linking individual name instances together; and to assign sets to Groups.

By registering for this site you are agreeing to abide by our terms and conditions .

London Lives Terms and Conditions

Privacy and Fair Use Policy

The London Lives project team reserves the right to close down any registered user's account, and to expunge their saved data without prior warning, if they are found to have breached the site's Copyright and Citation guidelines.

The London Lives project will endeavour to the best of its ability to preserve all the information you contribute, whether as roles, sets, or groups, but it cannot be held responsible for any accidental loss of data. Any information which is of vital importance to you should be backed up separately.

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User Terms and Conditions

By signing up for a user account you are agreeing to the following terms and conditions.

  • You should not register more than one user account or publish under multiple identities. You do not have to give your real name, although we encourage you to do so.
  • All information contributed must be as accurate as possible. Any deliberate attempt to provide misleading or incorrect material will result in the immediate cancellation of your account.
  • The London Lives project team reserves the right to delete any inappropriate material.


  • You must show respect and consideration for other users at all times.
  • You may not publish anything that is abusive, threatening, malicious, defamatory, or unlawful.
  • You may not publish anything obscene, racist, sexist or homophobic (we reserve the right within reason to determine the meaning of these categories).

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