Plaque

Hanover Chapel

Inscription

On this site stood Hanover Chapel, 1832 - 1896

Site: Hanover Chapel (1 memorial)

W1, Regent Street, Regent House

Built in 1893-8, Regent House was the first building in the replacement of the John Nash Regent Street, completed in 1927.  It is now (2008) the London Apple Store and ifoapplestore has information about the architects and the mosaics.  

This plaque is to the left of the original entrance door, with a balancing plaque to the right, which reads:

This building has been erected by T. H. Brooke Hitching C. C. 1898.
Architect - G. D. Martin
Contractor - J. Carmichael 

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Hanover Chapel

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Hanover Chapel

Designed by Charles Robert Cockerell. Stood at the top of Regent Street.

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