Plaque

Grove Buildings

Erection date: 1909

Inscription

Grove Buildings
Erected in 1909 by the Council of the Metropolitan Borough of Chelsea on land presented by Earl Cadogan KG.

Mayor Christopher Head, JP
Chairman of Housing Committee: W. J. Mulvey, FRCVS
Architects: Wills & Anderson

Town Clerk: T. Holland
Medical Officer of Health: L. C. Parkes, MD
Contractors: Gathercole Bros.

Site: Grove Buildings (1 memorial)

SW3, Chelsea Manor Street

Grove Buildings is also known as Grove House.

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Grove Buildings

Subjects commemorated i

Metropolitan Borough of Chelsea

It was amalgamated under the London Government Act of 1963, with the Metropol...

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Gathercole Bros.

Builders active in 1909.

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Wills & Anderson

Architectural firm. Biographical Dictionary of Architects in Canada  Scottish...

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George 5th Earl Cadogan

Politician.  Born at Durham. Ennobled by the death of his father in 1873. Lor...

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Christopher Head

Mayor of Chelsea 1909-11. Died in the sinking of the Titanic. Born Stoke New...

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