Plaque

Hobsons Place / Pelham Place

Inscription

Hobsons Place
This block was built in 1966 by the Greater London Council and was named after Hobson's Place, which was one of the streets the estate was built over; which had previously been called Pelham Place.

Site: Hobsons Place / Pelham Place (1 memorial)

E1, Hanbury Street

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Hobsons Place / Pelham Place

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Greater London Council

Replaced the LCC. The GLC was abolished, some say, because Mrs Thatcher could...

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Pelham / Hobson's Place

Our map of 1837 shows a street called Pelham Street. Possibly this became Pel...

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Tower Hamlets Council

The name was originally applied to the Tower division of the county of Middle...

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