The United Grand Lodge of England
The governing body of Freemasonry under the English Constitution is "The United Grand Lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons of England" or more generally "Grand Lodge" and this is a title that has been used since 1717. Grand Lodge has its administrative offices at Freemason's Hall, Great Queen Street, London and meets every three months; these meetings are referred to as “Quarterly Communications”. The Grand Master, HRH the Duke of Kent presides over these meetings whenever he is able but in his absence his place is taken by the Pro Grand Master, The Most Worshipful Brother Peter Lowndes. Masters, Past Masters and acting Wardens of every Lodge under the English Constitution are entitled to attend and vote on matters raised.