Plaque

Peter Piaktow and Sidney Street Siege

Erection date: 2006

Inscription

Peter House
This block was built in 2006 by Tower Hamlets Community Housing and named after Peter Piaktow, who was known as Peter the Painter, the antihero of the nearby Sidney Street Siege.
Tower Hamlets community Housing THCH

Site: Peter Piaktow and Sidney Street Siege (1 memorial)

E1, Commercial Road, Peter House

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Peter Piaktow and Sidney Street Siege

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Sidney Street siege

We are indebted to Derek Smith for the following write-up of the siege: The S...

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Peter Piaktow

Not everyone was happy that Hackney named a block of flats after this anarchist.

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Peter Piaktow and Sidney Street Siege

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Tower Hamlets Community Housing Ltd

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