Plaque

Archer Street Chambers

Archer Street Chambers Archer Street Chambers
Inscription

Archer Street Chambers was built in 1882/3 as dwellings for artisans. It was purchased for improvement by the Soho Housing Association in 1978 and after extensive renovation work was opened on 3rd June 1981 by Geoffrey Finsberg Esq., MBE., JP., MP.
Architects for renovation work: Westwood Piet Poole & Smart.
Builder: J Barr (Finchley) Ltd.

Site: Archer Street Chambers (1 memorial)

W1, Archer Street, 9 , Archer Street Chambers

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Geoffrey Finsberg

Conservative politician.  Born London.  Died Stockholm, there making a speech.

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