Plaque

Notcutt House

Erection date: 1950

Inscription

Notcutt House
Originally built 1820. Destroyed by enemy action 1940. Rebuilt by St Marylebone Borough Council 1950.
Guy Nicholls - Architect

Site: Notcutt House (1 memorial)

NW1, Dorset Square, 35

The plaque would be more accurate were it placed at number 38 which was the house destroyed by the bomb. In 1950 numbers 35-38 were laterally converted into flats and named Notcutt House.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Notcutt House

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35, Dorset Square, Notcutt House

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World War 2

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Borough of St Marylebone

Created in 1900 from the parish of St Marylebone.  In 1965 it joined Paddingt...

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Guy Nicholls

Architect active in 1950. Possibly the borough surveyor for St Marylebone but...

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